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About The Buffalo Bills
In 1964, the Buffalo Bills had one of the most complete defenses in the AFL, only allowing a meager 913 total yards rushing in 300 attempts during the regular season which is an NFL record. They also had 50 Quarterback sacks which is a franchise record that still stands today and although they only played fourteen games in a season they were the first AFL team to win thirteen in one season. The superior defense only allowed four touchdowns by rushing all season long.
Eight 1964 players went to play on the AFL Eastern Division All-Star Team. Also the Buffalo Bills host Billy Shaw the only player to be entered into the Pro Football Hall of Fame without having played in the NFL.
The Bills went on to win the AFL Champion in 1964 and 1965 and mad an appearance in three consecutive Championships and the only AFL team to play in 4 post-season.
Not only did the Bills have a defensive power that couldn’t be toppled but they also had offensive power as well with people like Fullback Cookie Gilchrist, Quarterback Jack Kemp and Daryle Lamonica and receivers Elbert Dubenion and Ernie Warlick. The Bills were a team that had it all.
Before the start of the 1969 season the Bills drafted Running back O.J. Simpson who would soon become the face of the Buffalo Bills franchise.
Despite the ever popular O.J. the Buffalo Bills are in the NFL record books for their horrific 1971 season where they hold the NFL’s worst season record of one win and thirteen losses and not only that but they hold the record for the fewest points scored (184) and the record for allowing the most points to be scored. (394)
The Bills bounced back in 73 when things started to turn around. With the hiring of QB Joe Ferguson and Simpson rushing for a record two thousand yards which got him the NFL Most Valuable Player award. 1973 turned out to be the first winning record since ‘66
With the recorded hit “Turn on the Juice” O.J. Simpson, Jim Braxton, Paul Seymour and Joe DeLamielleure lifted the team to the playoffs for the fist time. However they were defeated in the first round buy the eventual Super Bowl Champs the Pittsburg Steelers.
After a so-so ’75 season the Bills fell to last place and stayed there for the remainder of the decade. Things just kept getting worse for the Bills when they traded O.J. in 1977 to the San Francisco 49ers.
The 80’s started out good they beat their archrival the Miami Dolphins for the first time ever in a game opener in eleven years. They continued the winning streak and won their first AFC East title. In 1982 the NFL strike shortened their season and they ended it with a discouraging four and five record.
After the strike ended and the 83 season began, they were going to replace Ferguson with a young Jim Kelly, but Jim had other plans he decided that he was going to play in the new United States Football league and to add insult to injury Chuck Knox leaves the team to join the Seattle Seahawks and Kay Stephenson steps in to prove he was not worthy of the job and lead the Bills to their second worst record of two wins and fourteen losses.
The Buffalo Bills used the rest of the eighties to rebuild their team with quality players such as Andre Reed, Bruce Smith, Kent Hull and Howard Ballard.
The nineties would be their year they exploded out of the gates when they moved to a hurry-up offence. They started one of the most successful runs in NFL history where they would win 4 consecutive conference Championships but would also loose four consecutive Super Bowls. The Buffalo Bills have yet to win a Super Bowl.