It snowed more than 4 feet around Buffalo on Tuesday, which looked like this at Ralph Wilson Stadium:
Noble’s wife, Lorraine, 87, noticed Carpenter assessing the snow outside his own home. "Then he disappeared," Noble said, "and he and his wife came over in about 20 minutes."
Noble said Carpenter shoved himself a path as he headed over. "He had to cut through the snow from his driveway just to get to our front door ... and he only had a small snow shovel.
The Bills seem to be single-handedly keeping order in Buffalo. Head coach Doug Marrone stopped on his way to the stadium to help push out a snowbound car.
"Let a young man do this," Marrone jokingly said to one of the older do-gooders.
Simultaneously rocking and raising the low-sitting car, the 50-year-old Marrone and company managed to shove the vehicle’s undercarriage from the hard-packed snow that had marooned it.
And then there's Marquise Goodwin, who is keeping us all warm with his Instagrams.
Please stay safe and warm Buffalo. There's football on Sunday.