WATCH: ESPN analysts blown over by wind before Bills-Patriots

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It’s a little windy on Monday in Orchard Park.

The employees at the former world-wide leader found out the hard way.

Prior to Monday Night Football’s kickoff between the Buffalo Bills (7-4) and New England Patriots (8-4), the wind was gusting at Highmark Stadium.

On the field, a roundtable met.

Included in it was ESPN’s Suzy Kolber, Adam Schefter, among others.

Kolber was introducing a discussion, but a gust of wind had a different idea.

A massive swirl came through the stadium and quite literally knocked a couple of them out of their seats on live television. The breeze took Kolber and Schefter off of their stools while Randy Moss saw his game notes or some other papers fly away to the upper deck.

They recovered, though.

Check out the attempted segment below:

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