THURMAN THOMAS

THURMAN THOMAS

Class of 2007
Running Back >>> 6-0, 198
(Oklahoma State)
1988-1999 Buffalo Bills, 2000 Miami Dolphins

Thurman Lee Thomas. . .Bills’ second round pick in 1988 NFL Draft. . .Led NFL in total yards from scrimmage a record four consecutive seasons. . .NFL’s Most Valuable Player, 1991. . .Rushed for 1,000 yards in eight consecutive seasons. . .Career numbers include 12,074 yards rushing and 16,532 all-purpose yards. . .Selected to five consecutive Pro Bowls. . .First- or second-team All-Pro five straight years. . .All-AFC 1989-1993, All-AFC Second Team 1994. . . Born on May 16, 1966 in Houston, Texas.

Thurman Thomas slipped to the second round of the 1988 National Football League Draft due to concern about a knee injury he had suffered during his senior year at Oklahoma State. The Buffalo Bills, who had no first round pick that year, selected Thomas, an All-America running back, in the second round with the 40th overall pick.

In 1989, after an impressive rookie season that included a division title for the Bills, the multi-dimensional Thomas rushed for 1,000 yards, caught 60 passes, and scored 12 touchdowns in his second season.

His ability to catch the ball as well as run with it was a key ingredient to the Bills' "No Huddle" offensive attack. The team improved to 13-3 in 1990 as Thomas led the NFL in all-purpose yards. He rushed for 1,297 yards and scored 11 touchdowns while catching 49 passes for 532 yards and two touchdowns. With the versatile back leading the way, the Bills marched through the playoffs to the first of their unprecedented four straight Super Bowl berths.

Thomas rushed for 100 yards in each of the playoff games that post-season including Super Bowl XXV when he gained 135 yards on just 15 carries and scored on a 31-yard run early in the fourth quarter. He also had 5 receptions for 55 yards.

In 1991, Thomas amassed more than 2,000 all-purpose yards, just the 11th player ever to do so. His league-leading yardage output included 1,407 yards on the ground and an additional 631 yards on a career-high 62 receptions. He scored 12 touchdowns. He reached the 2,000-yard total again the following season which marked a record fourth straight season of leading the NFL in yards from scrimmage.

Named to the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1990s, Thomas was selected first- or second-team All-Pro and All-AFC five times, and was voted to the Pro Bowl five straight years. Thomas retired as the NFL's ninth ranked rusher with 12,074 yards and added another 4,458 yards on 472 catches. He scored 65 rushing and 23 receiving touchdowns in his 13-season career.

Year Team
G
No.
Yds
Avg
TD
No.
Yds
Avg
TD
F
 1988 Buffalo
15
207
881
4.3
2
18
208
11.6
0
9
 1989 Buffalo
16
298
1244
4.2
6
60
669
11.2
6
7
 1990 Buffalo
16
271
1297
4.8
11
49
532
10.9
2
6
 1991 Buffalo
15
288
1407
4.9
7
62
631
10.2
5
5
 1992 Buffalo
16
312
1487
4.8
9
58
626
10.8
3
6
 1993 Buffalo
16
355
1315
3.7
6
48
387
8.1
0
6
 1994 Buffalo
15
287
1093
3.8
7
50
349
7.0
2
1
 1995 Buffalo
14
267
1005
3.8
6
26
220
8.5
2
6
 1996 Buffalo
15
281
1033
3.7
8
26
254
9.8
0
1
 1997 Buffalo
16
154
643
4.2
1
30
208
6.9
0
2
 1998 Buffalo
14
93
381
4.1
2
26
220
8.5
1
0
 1999 Buffalo
5
36
152
4.2
0
3
37
12.3
1
0
 2000 Miami
9
28
136
4.9
0
16
117
7.3
1
1
 Career Total
182
2877
12,074
4.2
65
472
4458
9.4
23
50
 
Additional Career Statistics: Passing: 1-0-0

Championship Games

1988 AFC - Cincinnati Bengals 21, Buffalo Bills 10
Thomas started the game at running back. He had four rushes for six yards in the game.

1990 AFC - Buffalo Bills 51, Los Angeles Raiders 3
Thomas started the game at running back. He had 25 rushes for 138 yards and one touchdown. He also had five receptions for 61 yards, recovered one of his two fumbles and had one tackle.

1991 AFC - Buffalo Bills 10, Denver Broncos 7
Thomas started the game at running back. He had 26 rushes for 72 yards. He also had three receptions for 15 yards.

1992 AFC - Buffalo Bills 29, Miami Dolphins 10
Thomas started the game at running back. He had 20 rushes for 96 yards. He also had five receptions for 70 yards and one touchdown and one fumble.

1993 AFC - Buffalo Bills 30, Kansas City 13
Thomas started the game at running back. He had 33 rushes for 186 yards and three touchdowns. He also had two receptions for 22 yards.

Super Bowls

Super Bowl XXV - New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19
Thomas started the game at running back. He had 15 rushes for 135 yards and one touchdown. He also had five receptions for 55 yards.

Super Bowl XXVI - Washington Redskins 37, Buffalo Bills 24
Thomas did not start but played. He had 10 rushes for 13 yards and one touchdown. He also had four receptions for 27 yards.

Super Bowl XXVII - Dallas Cowboys 52, Buffalo Bills 17
Thomas started the game at running back. He had 11 rushes for 19 yards and one touchdown. He also had four receptions for 10 yards and fumbled the ball once.

Super Bowl XXVIII - Dallas Cowboys 30, Buffalo Bills 13
Thomas started the game at running back. He had 16 rushes for 37 yards and one touchdown. He also had seven receptions for 52 yards and fumbled the ball twice.
 


All-Pro: 1989 (NEA), 1990 (AP, PFWA, NEA, SN, PW), 1991 (AP, PFWA, NEA, SN, PW)

All-Pro Second Team: 1989 (AP), 1992 (AP, NEA), 1993 (AP)

All-AFC: 1989 (UPI, PW), 1990 (UPI, PW), 1991 (UPI, PW), 1992 (UPI, PW), 1993 (UPI, PW)

All-AFC Second Team: 1994 (UPI)

(5) - 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994

At time of his retirement following 2000 season

[2nd] Most Consecutive Seasons 1,000 or More Yards Rushing - 8 (1989-1996)
[Tied for 2nd] Most Seasons 1,000 or More Yards Rushing - 8 (1989-1996)
[Tied for 3rd] Most Seasons Leading League in Combined Net Yards - 3 (1989, 1991-1992)
[Tied for 3rd] Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League in Combined Net Yards - 2 (1991-1992)

Super Bowl Records

[Tied for 2nd] Most Rushing Touchdowns, Career - 4 
[Tied for 2nd] Most Fumbles, Game - 2 (SB XXVIII, vs. Dallas)
[Tied for 3rd] Most Points Scored, Career - 24
[Tied for 3rd] Most Touchdowns, Career - 4
[Tied for 3rd] Most Pass Receptions, Career - 20 
[Tied for 3rd] Most Combined Net Yards Attempts, Career - 72 
[Tied for 3rd] Most Fumbles, Career - 3

Post-Season Records

[1st] Most Consecutive Games Scoring Touchdown - 9 (1992-1998)
[1st] Most Combined Net Yards Gained, Career - 2,124 
[Tied for 1st] Most Touchdowns Scored, Career - 21
[Tied for 1st] Most Consecutive Games Rushing for Touchdowns - 8 (1992-1998)
[Tied for 1st] Most Pass Receptions, Game - 13 (at Cleveland, Jan. 6, 1990)
[2nd] Most Combined Net Yards Attempts, Career - 417 
[Tied for 2nd] Most Points Scored, Career - 126
[Tied for 2nd] Most Touchdowns Scored, Game - 3 (vs. Kansas City, Jan. 23, 1994)
[Tied for 2nd] Most Games 100 or More Yards Rushing, Career - 6 
[Tied for 2nd] Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Career - 16
[Tied for 2nd] Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Game - 3 (vs. Kansas City, Jan. 23, 1994)
[3rd] Most Yards Rushing, Career - 1,442 
[3rd] Most Consecutive Games 100 or More Yards Rushing - 4 (1990-1991)
[3rd] Most Rushing Attempts, Career - 339
[Tied for 3rd] Most Consecutive Games with Pass Reception - 18 (1989-1998)

Bills' records held by Thomas
Records through the 1999 season, Thomas' final season with Buffalo

[1st] Most Yards Rushing, Career - 11,938
[1st] Most Rushing Attempts, Career - 2,849 
[1st] Most Rushing Attempts, Season - 355 (1993)
[1st] Most Rushing Touchdowns, Career - 65 
[1st] Most 100-Yard Rushing Games, Career - 46
[Tied for 1st] Most Touchdowns, Career - 87
[Tied for 1st] Most Consecutive Games with Pass Reception - 43 (1992-1995)
[2nd] Most Pass Receptions, Career - 456
[2nd] Most Rushing Attempts, Game - 37 (vs. Pittsburgh, Nov. 8, 1992)
[Tied for 2nd] Most Points, Game - 24 (vs. L.A. Rams, Sept. 6, 1992)
[Tied for 2nd] Most Touchdowns, Game - 4 (vs. L.A. Rams, Sept. 6, 1992)
[Tied for 2nd] Most Pass Receptions, Game - 13 (at N.Y. Jets, Sept. 15, 1991)
[Tied for 3rd] Most Points Scored, Career - 522
[Tied for 3rd] Most Rushing Touchdowns, Game - 3 (vs. L.A. Rams, Sept. 6, 1992)

Post-Season Records

[1st] Most Rushing Yards, Career - 1,442
[1st] Most Rushing Yards, Game - 186 (vs. Kansas City, Jan. 23. 1994)
[1st] Most Rushing Attempts, Career - 339 
[1st] Most Rushing Attempts, Game - 33 (vs. Kansas City, Jan. 23, 1994)
[1st] Most Pass Receptions, Game - 13 (at Cleveland, Jan. 6, 1990)
[Tied for 1st] Most Points Scored, Game - 18 (vs. Kansas City, Jan. 23, 1994)
[Tied for 1st] Most Rushing Touchdowns, Game - 3 (vs. Kansas City, Jan. 23, 1994)
[2nd] Most Pass Receptions, Career - 76
[2nd] Most Receiving Yards, Career - 672 
[2nd] Most Rushing Yards, Game - 158 (vs. Miami, Dec. 30, 1995)
[2nd] Most Rushing Attempts, Game - 32 (vs. Miami, Jan. 12, 1991)
[Tied for 2nd] Most Rushing Touchdowns, Game - 2 (vs. Miami, Jan. 12, 1991)
[Tied for 2nd] Most Receiving Touchdowns, Game - 2 (at Cleveland, Jan. 6, 1990)
[3rd] Most Rushing Yards, Game - 138 (vs. L.A. Raiders, Jan. 20, 1991)
[3rd] Most Rushing Attempts, Game - 26 (vs. Denver, Jan. 12, 1992)

AFC Statistical Championships
Rushing Leader: 1990, 1991, 1993
Touchdown Leader: 1989, 1991, 1992

Team Statistical Championships
Rushing Leader: 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996
Touchdown Leader: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996

1991 MVP/Player of the Year (PFWA, AP, SN)
1991 Offensive MVP/Player of the Year (AP, PW, UPI-AFC)
1990s All-Decade Team

Year Team
W
L
T
Division Finish
1988 Buffalo Bills
12
4
0
(1st)
1989 Buffalo Bills
9
7
0
(1st)
1990 Buffalo Bills
13
3
0
(1st)
1991 Buffalo Bills
13
3
0
(1st)
1992 Buffalo Bills
11
5
0
(2nd)
1993 Buffalo Bills
12
4
0
(1st)
1994 Buffalo Bills
7
9
0
(4th)
1995 Buffalo Bills
10
6
0
(1st)
1996 Buffalo Bills
10
6
0
(2nd)
1997 Buffalo Bills
6
10
0
(4th)
1998 Buffalo Bills
10
6
0
(3rd)
1999 Buffalo Bills
11
5
0
(2nd)
2000 Miami Dolphins
11
5
0
(1st)

 

Thurman_ThomasFull Name: Thurman Lee Thomas

Birthdate: May 16, 1966

Birthplace: Houston, Texas

High School: Willowridge (Sugar Land, TX)

Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: February 3, 2007

Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: August 4, 2007

Presenter: Marv Levy, Former Coach, Hall of Fame Class of 2001

Other Members of the Class of 2007: Gene HickersonMichael IrvinBruce MatthewsCharlie SandersRoger Wehrli

Pro Career: 13 seasons, 182 games

Drafted: 2nd round (40th overall) in 1988 by Buffalo Bills

Transactions: Mar. 7, 2000 - Signed as free agent with Miami Dolphins.

Uniform Number: #34

Pro Football Hall of Fame Field at Fawcett Stadium
Aug. 4, 2007


Marv Levy (Presenter):
Thank you very much.

You know, 20 years ago today, neither I nor hardly anybody else in Buffalo knew who that fella sitting over there was. And several months later, on draft day 1988 when our Buffalo Bills were in dire need of an outstanding running back, we found ourselves in the forlorn position of not having a first round draft choice.

Well, when our turn to pick finally came, seven running backs had already been selected. Well, I'll tell you, I was disheartened. But our running backs coach, the always astute Elijah Pitts, was elated. The one he had hoped for all along was still available.

Well, that prospect that Elijah coveted so much was about five feet nine inches tall, weighed less than 200 pounds, and was still laboring to recover from a very severe knee injury. Elijah was ardently persuasive, however, stressing not only this fella's abilities, but he assured me as well that the man was a team player, a person of high character.

Well, what the heck, I said, let's take a long shot chance on this guy. What did you say his name was again, Eli? Well, it didn't take me or anyone else who loves NFL football very long to learn that his name was Thurman Thomas.

How lucky could a coach get? How lucky could his teammates get? I must admit, however, that just two weeks after the beginning of training camp that rookie year, I did seek a clarification from Elijah. Eli, I asked, Did you say this guy has character or that he is a character? Well, our coaches and players soon learned that both descriptions applied.

Yeah, this man could really play, and he was fun, too. Unless, of course, you had to play defense against him, then he wasn't.

Most of all he contributed immensely to that fantastic team mentality that was so representative of the Buffalo Bills during Thurman's playing days there. Possessing a bubbling and extroverted personality, he was one of the most unselfish players I have ever known. On a team with many stars, never did I hear a complaint from him about "not getting the ball enough," or about being taken out of the game even down at the goal line.

I also don't believe there has ever been a more complete player at his position than Thurman. Yes, he reigns today as the Bills all time leader in rushing yards, in rushing touchdowns, in thousand yard plus seasons, in hundred yard or more rushing games. He caught more career touchdown passes than the seven players picked ahead of him combined during their playing career.

Amazingly he ranks number three all time in pass receptions on the Buffalo Bills behind only two wide receivers, and that includes number one, Andre Reed, who someday I am confident will also be sitting on this hallowed platform here in Canton.

Those are just a few samples of Thurman's eye popping rushing and passing statistics. But beyond that, as a running back smaller than most, there cannot ever have been a better, smarter or more courageous pass protector. Just ask Jim Kelly and Frank Reich about that. Today Thurman's wonderful family is here to share this happy occasion with him. His father, Thurman, Sr., his sweet mother, Ann, his lovely wife Patti, and their four beautiful children have all been an integral part of our Buffalo Bills family. I can understand so well the pride and affection they must be experiencing here today.

All of them, too, will forever be part of the legacy that endures as a result of Thurman's prodigious exploits. Look it up, Thurman, prodigious (laughter).

As I stand here today, I am so proud to be able to say that I coached this young man. It is my great honor now to present to all of you assembled here and to all of the football loving world for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, from the Buffalo Bills, No. 34, Thurman Thomas. 

Thurman Thomas:

Wow. Can I start by saying God bless America.

When I think back on my career, a quote comes from a famous book that comes to my mind. It's not about me. My career was successful and I was able to stand here today because a host of people that contributed to that success.

First and foremost, thank you, God, for blessing me with the talent to receive this award. And thank you to the Hall of Fame and the voters for making it come to pass. Thank you very much.

Ralph Wilson, wow. Mr. Wilson, you made all this possible. You treat your players like friends. You treat them with respect, not like expendable merchandise. Everyone has probably heard that Ralph and I are like family. He refers to me as his adopted son, and I refer to him as my adopted father. One prayer is that we all see my brother one day up here on this podium in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Thank you, Ralph. You are the greatest owner a player could have. God bless you, Mary, Ralph, your entire family.

Bill Polian. Congratulations to Bill Polian, Indianapolis Colts, for winning the Super Bowl. You took a chance on me. You designed a whole plan that allowed this to happen. You handpicked a group of guys that became friends, teammates and warriors. I thank you for that. I bet you never thought back when what a priceless deal you negotiated by putting all of us knuckleheads together. Thanks to John Butler for helping out with the cause, too.

Marv, contrary to the misconceptions that you may have regarding my expansive vocabulary, or lack thereof, I believe that all these years you have made me confused with someone else, and that person would be Bruce (laughter). Sorry, Bruce, I really didn't mean to throw you under the bus, but you have come up with some doosies over the years. In the words of Bruce, That's water under the dam. Love you, Bruce.

But for real, Marv, you are my inspiration. I wanted to play my best because I never wanted to disappoint you. You made me feel like every extra effort I made for the Bills was appreciated. Marv, I remember my first game against the Houston Oilers, against the Minnesota Vikings, I spiked the ball. When I came over to the sideline, you had this look in your eye like you were very upset at me. You grabbed me by my jersey and said, Why did you spike the ball? I said, Coach, every little kid that ever watches football at least wants to do that at least one time in his career. He said, Well, that's great, don't ever do it again. Act like you've been there before. After that, I never spiked the ball again. So thank you, Marv.

Elijah Pitts, you are definitely here with me today. You've always been there with me since 1988 until the day you walked into that gym in Stillwater, Oklahoma, and said, Thurman Thomas, there's a bunch of us guys playing basketball. You heard dead silence. I'm Elijah Pitts from the Buffalo Bills. I played with the Green Bay Packers and Vince Lombardi. Quickly I raised my hand. I said, Here I am, coach, right here.

I know Eli, if he were alive today, would definitely be a head coach in the National Football League. If he was, I can definitely sit up here and say that I would probably be still in the National Football League coaching because I would have loved to have been Elijah Pitts' running back. To Elijah Pitts, his family, thank you very much for giving me the opportunity to treat me like family.

To Pat Jones, my head coach in college, had it not been for you rushing me over those four years 30 to 40 and sometimes 40 to 50 times a game, I might have played more than 13 years (smiling). Thank you very much for having faith in me in my last two years, because there was another talented running back that played at Oklahoma State, Barry Sanders, Detroit Lions, once again, who really taught me the meaning of hard work and dedication to try to be the best player that you possibly can.

To Bill Shimmick, my running back coach, thank you for letting me be the player, not changing my running style, just let me be the offensive player I was.

To Neil Querlan, my high school football coach back in Missouri City, Texas. Won the state championship with you, coach. Thank you for everything you did for me. I know you're here out in the stands somewhere. Thank you very much. I love you.

Teammates. Wow, I can go on and on. Jim Kelly, Kent Hull, Cornelius Bennett, Reuben Brown, Darryl Talley, Pete Metzelaars, Shane Conlan, Kenny Davis, Leonard Smith, John Davis, John Fina, John Kidd, Adam Lingner, Chris Moore, Scott Norwood, Nate Odomes, Glen Parker, Marlow Perry, Mark Pike, future Hall of Famer Andre Reed, Sam Rogers, future Hall of Famer Bruce Smith, Frank Reich, Butch Rolle, and Will Wolford, and also Ted Washington, the greatest teammates a family could ever have, thank you.

To the Bills staff, Abe, Ho Joe, Woody and Bud. Bills trainers that kept me healthy. You always sent me out well equipped, except for that one time where you played tricks on me with my helmet.

And friends from out of town, thanks to new friends and long time friends. My Buffalo people, Houston, Oakland, Tucson, Arkansas, Orlando, Virginia, Miami, West Palm, Sarasota, Dallas and South Carolina. You have come all from over everywhere to be with me and my family. We love you all and feel your presence. I can't thank you enough for spending your precious time and money to celebrate with me here today.

In case you don't know it, I grew up an only child. I met a girl at Oklahoma State and fell in love and gained a giant new family. My bother in laws Matt, Bobby, Dave and John. My wonderful sister in law Mickie. My in laws who were commonly referred to as the outlaws. My nieces an nephews, you all came and supported me every home game. You hugged me and loved me win or lose. I may play with you a lot, but I just didn't gain in laws back then in 1987, I gained a loving, supportive family, especially my father in law Bob and my mother in law Pat. I love you both. Thank you. Thank you for treating me and loving me like a son and not just a celebrity.

I will be remiss today if I did not completely thank all of our troops here in the States and abroad. You have relentlessly fought for our freedom and our safety. You are all my heroes. God bless you all and bless those of you who lost your lives fighting for our freedom and safety.

Growing up in Houston, I came from a football family. My dad, Thurman, Sr., my uncle Grady, and all my cousins that played. In seventh grade I immediately had a huge support. My dad, my step mom Mary, aunts and uncles on the Thomas and Cavanaugh sides were always there cheering for me. I love you all.

My step dad Gil, who passed away five years ago. Wow, do I miss him. I know he's here today with me. He's one of the greatest sportsfans ever. I miss the conversations we had every Sunday evening following the football games.

My grandmother, Jessie Mae Thomas. I know you're here with me today also.

To all my stepbrothers and stepsisters on the Cockle and Johnson side, I love you all. Big Nanny, Lavelle, you went that extra length to support me. Sherlynn, Chrissy. If I forgot anyone, know that it's not intentional. It's really, really scary up here. All my nieces and nephews in Houston, I love you guys all. My grandmother, Dorothy Cavanaugh, I can still see you prancing around the stadiums at all my games because you were too nervous to sit in your seat. You can stay seated today, baby, because it's all good.

My mom. I love you, mom. You've been my biggest fan since I was just a little guy. Not once did you ever miss anything, even if I made you mad. You still washed my jerseys, went to games, cheered for me, showed me the meaning of unconditional love. You have made me grow from a child to the man. Even when I didn't want to grow up. I love you with all my heart.

Someone once told me I needed to enjoy every minute of my football career because when it ended I would miss it. I look at all of you today and every memory comes back. The memories are amazing, of a time when teammates were like brothers, regardless of race, religion or politics, we all got in trouble just because how close we were. The wives didn't completely understand our camaraderie, which I think at least now most of them do. Carmen, Jeanine, Kim, Kay, Jill, Cindy, at least I hope you all do.

With those memories lay dormant in everyday reminders, that fantastic run that are not in front of me, to feel that rush again, I just walk through the front doors of my house and see Olivia, my oldest daughter. When she comes home from school, my little University of Florida Gator, with her amazing heart and sense of responsibility, I'm sure her little brother and two sisters know that they couldn't have been blessed with a more loving and outstanding role model.

To Angel, my free spirited, beautiful, kind hearted comedian. If Angel can't brighten your day, make you smile, then you have to be a pretty tough cookie. I can be madder than a junkyard dog and she can make me laugh. I love you, Angel Pie.

My 10 year old sweet little Annika Lee. We wanted a boy so bad that we were blessed again with another girl. All I can say is thank you, God, for giving us that little girl. She is growing up to be just as lovely and beautiful as her sister. Annika Lee, I love you baby.

Last but not least we decided to give it one more try. We prayed hard and we finally got our little man, Thurman III. He is everything that we had dreamed for, a blend of all five of us. Little Thurman, daddy loves you, man. Alright.

To my wife Patti, what a design only God could have planned. I was a senior at Oklahoma State when I met a freshman golfer from Buffalo, New York. We dated my senior year. I got drafted to her hometown of Buffalo, New York. That's been almost 20 years. I sit here today and I say thank you, Patti, my friend, my wife, my mother, mother of my kids. It's been 20 years since we've been together, and I would like to take this time and this opportunity to let it be another 20 years we can spend together, but also with the plan of asking you, Will you marry me again? I love you.

In closing, to the fans of Buffalo, every guy has probably stood up here in all of these Hall of Fame jackets and said they probably have had the best fans in the world supporting them. I'm here to say that's hogwash. No fans are like my fans, like Bills fans. You were all out there freezing, spending hard earned money to cheer us on. You guys are the best.

I don't know how to thank you for the support our team has shown over the years. It was a ride that none of us will ever forget, a ride we would all probably love to hop back on. Unfortunately, we can't buy tickets for that ride any more, but we will always have those memories. To the city of Buffalo, to the Buffalo Bills organization, I love you. Thank you very much. 

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