5 NFL Games that Got Cancelled by Weather

It snowed again in Buffalo, blanketing the city and, more importantly for our purposes, Ralph Wilson Stadium in 8 feet of snow. The NFL just announced that Sunday's Bills-Jets game is bugging out. This is not the first time Mother Nature has messed up an NFL game.

Hurricane Andrew Stops Tom Brady

Category 5 Hurricane Andrew hit Florida on August 24, 1992 with such ferocity that it forced the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins to reschedule their September 6 game to October 18.

Loma Prieta Earthquake Shakes 49ers Home Field

In 1989, the 6.9 Loma Prieta earthquake did major structural damage to Candlestick Park, postponing the World Series and forcing the San Francisco 49ers to play their next home game against New England Patriots at Stanford University's Stanford Stadium.

Cedar Fire Smokes Out San Diego

Then-California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger declared a state of emergency in 2003 as the fire tore through San Diego County, sending the San Diego Chargers and Miami Dolphins game to Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona.

Hurricane Katrina Blows Out Saints

Hurricane Katrina brought so much death and destruction to The Big Easy that the remainder of the Saints's 2005 home games were split between the Alamodome in San Antonio and Louisiana State University's Tiger Stadium.

Sunday Night Football Whiteout

On December 26, 2010, a massive blizzard that hit the northeast turned a Sunday Night Football game between the Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles into a Tuesday Night Football game. The first and only time that happened.


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