Football team in the National Football League (NFL).

Buffalo was one of the founding teams of the AFL back in the '60s. It has been owned by Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. since its founding. They play in Orchard Park, NY, a suburb of Buffalo, in Ralph Wilson Stadium (formerly Rich Stadium).

The Bills won several AFL championships in the '60s and were AFC Champions for four straight years (1990-1993), which is an NFL record. Unfortunately, the Bills lost all four of those Super Bowls.

Former Bills players include 1996 Vice Presidential candidate Jack Kemp, and acquitted murderer OJ Simpson. Also, hall of famers Marv Levy (coach), and Jim Kelly (QB), and future (likely) hall of famers Bruce Smith (DE), Thurman Thomas (RB), and Andre Reed (WR) were also Bills.

The Bills missed the playoffs only two years during the '90s (1994,1997) and posted one of the highest winning percentages for the decade.

The team is currently coached by Gregg Williams.

Due to loosing the Super Bowl four times in a row, the Bills were said to stand for Boy I Love Losing Superbowls.

The Buffalo Bills cheerleaders are called the Buffalo Jills.

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