Falcons head coach Mike Smith has got to think that his team has caught a break today being afforded the opportunity to play the Bills in a dome in Toronto at the Rogers Centre instead of at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park. He tried to downplay how the road schedule fell for his team this season.
“I don’t know if we catch an edge because they’re playing in the same conditions that we are and the field is still 100 yards long,” said Smith.
Smith did admit that the indoor conditions are preferable to his team.
“I think it’s something that we’re going to be used to,” he said. “We play nine games indoors every year, sometimes more. Playing up in Toronto is going to give us our 10th game indoors. And 72 degrees sounds a lot better than the weather you’re having up there right now.”
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