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About The Buffalo Bills
Possibly the next best thing to winning one Super Bowl is losing four straight Super Bowls. That’s exactly what the Buffalo Bills accomplished from 1990 to 1993.
No NFL team has ever won four straight AFC championships or played in four consecutive Super Bowls.
To cap the 1990 season, the heavily favored Bills lost Super Bowl XXV to the New York Giants. Bills kicker Scott Norwood missed a 47-yard field goal wide right with eight seconds left in the game.
Super Bowl XXVI, the finale of the 1991 season, saw the Bills fall behind early, 17-0, before eventually losing 37-24 to the Washington Redskins.
Despite the record setting comeback, the Bills would commit nine turnovers in Super Bowl XXVII and lose to the Dallas Cowboys 52-17.
Their fourth and final Super Bowl appearance came at the end of 1993 season in a rematch with the Cowboys. The Cowboys won Super Bowl XXVIII going away, 30-13.
Owner Ralph Wilson had tried to put a team in Miami but when that didn’t work he selected Buffalo.
The city of Buffalo had been home to several professional football teams before 1960. The Buffalo Niagaras, also known as the Buffalo All-Americans played in the city from 1918 to 1929 and was part of the NFL before they dissolved.
A previous installment of the American Football League had a team called the Buffalo Indians but they folded due to World War II. The All-American Football Conference had a Buffalo team called the Bisons, later changed to Bills. That team merged with the Cleveland Browns when the Browns merged with the NFL.
The AAFC nickname “Bills” was so popular that it would be appropriated for the new AFL team. Although he had no connection to the city, the name “Bills” was derived from William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody, the famous American cowboy.
The Bills’ of the 1970’s were defined by one of the greatest running backs of all-time and one the most notorious figure in all of American sports, Orenthal James Simpson.
Buffalo selected O.J. Simpson number one overall in the 1968 AFL-NFL draft. Since Simpson was nicknamed the “Juice,” his offensive line, at least during his best seasons, were known as “The Electric Company.”
After a 6-10 season in 1997, the Bills hired Wade Phillips as head coach.
After Johnson went down with an injury, Flutie took over to lead the team to a 10-6 record and a playoff spot. However, Flutie and company could not get pass the dreaded Dolphins in the playoffs.
Flutie left the Bills after the 2000 season with .677 winning percentage.
The Bills play their other seven regular season home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The stadium is located in a small town south of Buffalo called Orchard Park.
The Bills are the only NFL team that plays in the state of New York, as both the New York Jets and the New York Giants play in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Bills are in the Eastern Division of the American Football Conference.
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