Lamar hoping to avoid snow-game debut vs. Bills
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Lamar Jackson is keeping an eye on the weather forecast for Saturday's divisional playoff game against the Buffalo Bills.

"Saturday would be my first time playing football in the snow if it does (snow). Hopefully, it don't," the Baltimore Ravens quarterback said, according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley.

Saturday's forecast is currently calling for a 40% chance of snow in Buffalo and as much as an inch of accumulation.

After growing up in South Florida, spending his collegiate career at Louisville, and playing his first three NFL seasons with the Ravens, Jackson hasn't yet had to test his passing and rushing abilities in the snow.

Still, the 24-year-old isn't a total stranger to snow. He saw it for the first time during his time at Louisville.

"We had a snowball fight, so that's totally different from playing in it," Jackson said.

Lamar hoping to avoid snow-game debut vs. Bills
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