ARIZONA (WIVB)–The Bills Week 13 matchup against the San Franciso 49ers will now take place in Arizona.
“It doesn’t matter, wherever they tell us to play that’s where we’ll go and play. We can’t control that and so it’s a home game for San Fran anyway we look at it and we’re the road team,” Bills head coach Sean McDermott said.
Earlier this morning, the 49ers released a statement saying they’ve come to an agreement with the NFL and the Arizona Cardinals, allowing the team to host their next two games against the Bills and the Washington Football Team at State Farm Stadium.
“That’s how we roll, we gotta find a way and so we have a plan to work on between now and the game and that’s what we’re focused on,” McDermott said.
The agreement comes after a new Santa Clara County COVID health order left the 49ers without a home.
“The Cardinals organization, State Farm Stadium and League officials have been supportive and accommodating as we work through the many logistical issues involved in relocating NFL games,” the 49ers wrote.
Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. next Monday, December 7.