The Buffalo Bills are ready to take to the field in Detroit on Monday, but mounds of snow still remain at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Crews from across the area spent the day clearing as much as they could. They're pushing it to the side of the lots, and loading up dump trucks to haul it away.
A number of companies have been called in to help out.
One Rochester contractor told us his team alone brought four loaders and three dump truck. He says they've made some progress, but there's still much work to be done.
"Well we started Wednesday afternoon, and it's not half way done yet. We've been going 24 hours. Non-stop," explained Adam Crowley.
Crews say the stadium should be cleared in time for next week's home game against the Browns.