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Is the Buffalo Bills field heated?

Is the Buffalo Bills field heated?

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The Buffalo Bills are used to seeing a ton of snow on the field during the winters, but fans are wondering if the Bills field at Highmark Stadium is heated.

Few things get NFL fans hyped like a snowy game and the Buffalo Bills are more than capable of delivering that when we get late into the season, into winter, and especially in the playoffs.

And such was the case against the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2023 Divisional Round matchup.

With the snow on the ground covering much of the field, there were some spots on the yard-lines and sidelines where there wasn’t any powder covering things. And that got fans wondering about how they were doing this.

More specifically, the question was if the Bills field is heated or not.

Is the Buffalo Bills field heated?

The quick answer to that is no. Buffalo’s Highmark Stadium does not have a heating system beneath their turf. They go out and brave the true elements in the outdoors whenever they play in this type of game.

What’s interesting is that we often hear about the Frozen Tundra for Green Bay and Lambeau Field, but that stadium and field have a heating system installed beneath the field. That means that Buffalo has earned that title more so given that the Bills field is not heated.

Regardless, it makes for some great scenes in Buffalo whenever the snow is falling. It’s really just 22 guys battling it out in whatever the weather has to offer. Football doesn’t get much purer than that.

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Getty Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen thinks wide receiver Gabe Davis deserves more credit around the league.

Josh Allen is pushing back against the bizarre rumors that have arisen targeting Buffalo Bills teammate Damar Hamlin.

The Bills safety collapsed on the field during the team’s January 2 game against the Cincinnati Bengals, spending nine days in the hospital before recovering enough to return to the team facility and attend last week’s divisional-round playoff game. Though much of the attention has been focused on a recovery that the team called “remarkable,” some have spread baseless conspiracies that Hamlin may have actually died and was replaced by a body double.

This week, Allen took aim at the rumors and called out those who are spreading them.

Josh Allen Tells Conspiracy Theorists: ‘Absolutely Zero Chance’

After the team’s season-ending loss to the Bengals on January 22, Allen appeared Kyle Brandt’s Basement podcast to discuss the season. Brandt asked Allen if he had seen the theory that Hamlin was replaced with a body double when he made an appearance at last Sunday’s game, and Allen shut down the rumors, incredulous that some large media outlets have given it attention.

“That’s stupid,” Allen said. “There [are] mainstream media outlets pushing this?”

.@JoshAllenQB reacts to the “Damar Hamlin body double” conspiracy theory.

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— Kyle Brandt’s Basement (@KBBasement) January 24, 2023

The baseless speculation arose within minutes of Hamlin’s collapse after taking a hard hit to the chest while tackling Bengals receiver Tee Higgins in the Week 17 game. Some spread the theory that his collapse was related to the COVID-19 vaccine, unsupported ideas that have continued even after Hamlin’s recovery and subsequent appearance.

Allen said he met personally with Hamlin and confirmed that he had not been replaced by a body double

“[So] there is absolutely zero chance. Absolutely zero chance,” Allen said. “That’s the Damar Hamlin, that’s our guy, that’s our brother. He was with us pre-game, post-game, he was up in the suite with his family, his little brother. 100-percent.”

Allen then sent a message directly to those still spreading the theory on Hamlin’s collapse.

“People need to stop that s**t,” he said.

Even before Allen’s appearance, other members of the Bills have spoken about meeting with Hamlin at the team facility. Prior to Sunday’s game against the Bengals, center Mitch Morse said it was a boost for the team to see Hamlin doing so well after his frightening incident.

“Just his presence I think speaks volumes,” Morse said, via ESPN. “He’s not a big rah-rah guy and I’m sure that at some point he’s a little bit exhausted of people asking how he’s doing or put in a position that he didn’t ask to be put in. His presence alone, his smile, his positive energy, which he’s always had, always interjects energy and good vibes with the group.”

Damar Hamlin Pokes Fun at Conspiracy Theorists

Hamlin has posted regularly on social media since his collapse, with some showing his full face. And while he did not directly address the idea that he had been replaced by a body double, he appeared to poke fun at the idea in an Instagram post this week.

In the picture, Hamlin posed next to a mural of himself in full uniform that had been painted in the Buffalo area.

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“Clone,” Hamlin wrote in the caption.

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