ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) After days of simply trying to stay warm while over five feet of snow pounded the Buffalo area this week, the Buffalo Bills are finally getting back to a sense of normalcy in advance of Monday night's matchup in Detroit against the New York Jets.
"Today was great," Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus said after practice Saturday. "It seemed like we were back to ourselves. We were playing fast, moving fast, playing with each other. It's all kind of clicking together."
Originally scheduled to play Sunday in Buffalo, players and coaches - some even forced to travel to the airport in Buffalo via snowmobile - arrived in Detroit Friday morning, practiced Friday evening and then again Saturday afternoon. The Bills (5-5) will hit the Lions' practice field in Allen Park for a final cram session Sunday before taking on the Jets (2-8) at 7 p.m. Monday at Ford Field.