Jim Kelly was enshrined into the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
Fawcett Stadium was jammed packed with Bills fans for Kelly's enshrinement.
Jim with his presenter Marv Levy.
Kelly following an emotional enshrinement speech.
It didn't take long for Kelly to turn the Bills into winners. He guided Buffalo to a divsion title in his third season with Buffalo.
Kelly won the NFL passing title in 1990, the same season he led the Bills to their first-ever Super Bowl.
Kelly was drafted in the famous class of 1983. The Buffalo Bills picked as the 14th player overall.
Kelly threw for 9,842 yards and 83 TDs in two seasons with the Houston Gamblers of the USFL (1984-85).
Kelly joined the Bills in 1986.
Kelly was the center of the Bills' high-powered "No Huddle" offense that helped them to unprecendented four straigtht AFC championships.
Kelly is the only QB to lead his team to four straight Super Bowl appearances.
Kelly's final NFL stats included 35,467 yards, 237 touchdowns and an 84.4 passer rating.
Jim Kelly's bronze bust.
Kelly's Hall of Fame mural.