The Bills were a charter member of the American Football League and one pro football's dominant teams of the 1960s.  Buffalo captured back-to-back league titles in 1964 and 1965.  After suffering some highs and lows through the years, the Bills returned to dominance in the late 1980s and 1990s when Buffalo became the first team ever to reach the Super Bowl in four consecutive seasons.

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The Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame was started in 1980 to honor former players, administrators, and coaches who have played significant roles in the team's history.

Bills Wall of Fame

Kelly_Team_ActionEddie Abramoski  
Joe DeLamielleure  
Elbert Dubenion 
Booker Edgerson
Joe Ferguson 
Phil Hanen
Kent Hull 
Robert James  
Bob Kalsu  
Jim Kelly 
Jack Kemp  
Marv Levy  
Patrick J. McGroder
Bill Polian
Andre Reed  
Jim Ritcher
George Saimes  
Tom Sestak  
Billy Shaw 
O.J. Simpson  
Fred Smerlas
Bruce Smith
Mike Stratton
Darryl Talley 
Steve Tasker
Thurman Thomas
Ralph Wilson 
"The 12th Man" 

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All-Time Record

(At the Start of 2019 Season) 429-493-8

AFL Eastern Division Championships

1964, 1965, 1966

AFL Championships

1964, 1965