Quarterback Jim Kelly and running back Thurman Thomas are now teammates in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But, before they joined each other in Canton, they were integral parts of the Buffalo Bills’ high-potent “No-Huddle” offense that led the team to unprecedented four straight Super Bowl appearances.
Below are jerseys from each player that are now part of the Hall of Fame’s permanent collection. Thomas wore his jersey in 1990 when he led the AFC in rushing to help Buffalo to its first AFC championship. Buffalo finished 13-3 and advanced to the franchise’s first Super Bowl berth with playoff wins over the Miami Dolphins and Los Angeles Raiders. Kelly’s jersey is from the ’93 season when he guided Buffalo to a 12-4 regular record followed by postseason victories over the Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs to advance to Super Bowl XXVIII against the Dallas Cowboys.
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