The Buffalo Bills are a National Football League franchise playing in Buffalo, New York. They are part of the American Football Conference and play in the East division. The team is named for William Frederick Cody, more famously known as Buffalo Bill. The Bills play at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
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Facts About the Team
The Bills most recent string of success occurred from 1991-1994 when they reached the Super Bowl for four straight years, only to lose each time. The team came closest to winning the 1991 Super Bowl, in which the team trailed the New York Giants by one point with seconds remaining in the Super Bowl, when Scott Norwood missed a 47-yard field goal. The Bills have not seen a playoff berth since 1999. Ralph Wilson Stadium, in a Buffalo suburb, is named after their late owner. Famous felon O.J. Simpson is a former player who rushed for 2,000 yards. 90s players include Jim Kelly, who invented the no-huddle offense and Andre Reed, who is third all-time for career catches. Simpson, Kelly and Reed all are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Buffalo's team remains one of the teams with a small fan base.