The Bills beat the Chargers 20-7 to win their first AFL championship. Jack Kemp rushed for a touchdown in the victory.
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Jan. 3, 1993
The Bills beat the Oilers 41-38 in what is still regarded as the greatest comeback in NFL history. The Oilers led Buffalo 35-3 in the third quarter before the Bills scored five consecutive touchdowns, four thrown by backup quarterback Frank Reich. Steve Christie kicked the game-winning field goal in overtime to cap the comeback.
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Dec. 26, 1965
Buffalo blanks favored San Diego 23-0 for its second straight AFL championship and the last of the pre-Super Bowl era. Butch Byrd breaks game open with 74-yard punt return in second quarter. The Chargers, who had scored 54 points in two regular-season games vs. Bills, never advance past Buffalo 24-yard line.
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Jan. 20, 1991
The Bills beat the Raiders 51-3 to advance to their first Super Bowl in franchise history.
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Jan. 23, 1994
Thurman Thomas runs for three touchdowns and the Bills win their fourth consecutive AFC crown. They are the first team in NFL history to appear in four consecutive Super Bowls.
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