The NFL season is over for 30 of the 32 teams, but we still have the Super Bowl next weekend, which is always a spectacle for football fans, regardless of whether or not their team is in it.
This weekend, however, the NFL is showcasing the 2022 NFL prospects, with the Senior Bowl and the East-West Shrine game, plus, the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl, which is being played in Las Vegas.
The game will be held this weekend, but the skills competition was held in Las Vegas last night, and it was pretty fun watching the players test their different skillsets; they even had a dodgeball game, which Justin Jefferson of the Minnesota Vikings won for the NFC.
During the broadcast though, the announcers had some fun at the expense of the City of Buffalo, because of how original it is, am I right?
The weather was pretty cold by Las Vegas standards, and that was a topic going in to the skills competition on Thursday evening.
Steve Levy, Louis Riddick and Brian Griese started the broadcast bringing up the cold weather.
"Guys, quite frankly this is colder than Green Bay, but not Buffalo, right? We haven't reached Buffalo temperatures," said Levy.
Griese added, "it's as windy as Buffalo!"
The Bills took notice of it as well.
To be fair, it is pretty stereotypical cold here right now. Winter Storm Landon dumped a foot of snow on what was already packed snow from the previous snowstorm. It's about 20 degrees with a stiff wind chill.
Still, you would think it snows here 10 months out of the year, based on the jokes that circulate nationally.
I will always say, May-September in Western New York is gorgeous. The October weather is beautiful as well.
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