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Neither wind nor snow nor cold could keep Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy out of the end zone late into the overtime period of Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts at New Era Field.
With under 1:40 to play in OT, McCoy accepted a handoff at the Indianapolis 21-yard line and blew past the defense for a game-winning touchdown that propelled the Bills to a thrilling 13-7 victory.
Not even an abominable snowman could have stopped the nine-year veteran from accomplishing his mission in front of home fans who braved the elements and remained in the stands up through the game's final play.