According to weather reports out of Buffalo, we won't be having a Browns vs. Bills snowfest this year.
"It's going to be cold and breezy, but we won't have to endure a national black eye by being buried under 6 inches of snow," National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Pukajlo said this morning.
That's the good news. The bad news is that it will be cold.
Temperatures in Orchard Park are expected to dip below freezing, down to the mid and high 20s, with winds brisk enough to send the wind-chill temperatures down to the high teens.
Nonetheless, this quickly brings another experience to Brady Quinn: cold weather in the National Football League. As Quinn's career blossoms, winning games late in the season will be critical. It is in this type of weather that Derek Anderson posted mediocre numbers last season.