But that resolution seems to shortsighted with said storm bringing thundersnow -- a rare weather phenomenon that results in thunder, lightning and snow -- to the region and placing a travel ban on everyone and everything, including the preseason Super Bowl favorites.
Sources within the Bills organization believe the ban to have a "major impact" on the possibility that the contest is played on time in Detroit on Sunday.
The team canceled practice on Friday due to snow.
"Snow is coming down hard right now," a source told CBS Sports' Josina Anderson. "I don't what's the contingency if everyone can't make it to the airport or we can't fly out."
If the Bills can escape the thundersnow, then the game is still set to be played at Ford Field at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday.