|Snow, wind potential factor in Browns-Bills matchup|
|Written by Admin|
|Friday, 14 December 2007 16:29|
But this storm could have an affect on Sunday's game between the Browns (8-5) and Bills (7-6), who are both fighting for a spot in the AFC playoffs.
Cleveland is expected to get 4 to 6 inches Saturday night and more on Sunday with wind gusts up to 35 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
The Browns practiced outside Friday for first time in a couple of weeks to get ready, and offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski is preparing accordingly.
``We'll have some things we'll feature more if the weather's an issue,'' he said. ``If it's not, then we have the rest of our plan.''
Linebacker Andra Davis is unfazed by the white stuff.
``I don't care. I just like playing football. It's football. You won't catch me outside if I wasn't playing,'' he said.
More important for the Browns, wide receiver Joe Jurevicius (knee) is questionable for Sunday and linebacker Antwan Peek (ankle) is doubtful.
The Bills have declared safety George Wilson (ribs), linebacker Coy Wire (neck) and defensive end Copeland Bryan (knee) out Sunday.