With their stadium looking like something out of The Day After Tomorrow, the Buffalo Bills’ game against the New York Jets has been moved to Ford Field in Detroit. The game was originally supposed to take place Sunday afternoon in Buffalo, but it will now take place in the Motor City at 7 p.m. on Monday. “Public-safety resources in western New York must be fully available to deal with the recovery from the storm,” the NFL said in a statement. Originally the Bills had been planning to offer $10 an hour and free game tickets to fans helping to shovel out the stadium so that it could be used. “It is not practical to play a game in Orchard Park in the condition that our community is in,” Bills President Russ Brandon said Thursday. The Lions will be playing at New England on Sunday. Lions President Tom Lewand said in a statement, “While our thoughts are with the people of the Buffalo area during this difficult time, our team at Ford Field will do everything we can to be good hosts to their team this weekend.” The death toll from the storm now stands at 13.