Buffalo BillsNFLThe Buffalo Bills are a professional football team based in Buffalo, New York. Established in 1960, they are one of the founding members of the American Football League (AFL) and have since become a prominent franchise in the National Football League (NFL). Throughout their history, the Bills have achieved notable success, especially during the 1990s when they reached the Super Bowl four consecutive times—a feat unmatched by any other team. Led by head coach Marv Levy and star players such as Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas, and Bruce Smith, the Bills were known for their high-powered offense known as the "K-Gun" and their dominant defense. During the early years of the AFL, the Bills struggled to find consistency. However, in the mid-1960s, under head coach Lou Saban, they experienced a significant turnaround. The team won two AFL championships in 1964 and 1965, led by quarterback Jack Kemp. In 1970, the AFL merged with the NFL, and the Bills became part of the newly formed AFC East division. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, the team underwent several changes in ownership and coaching staff, experiencing both ups and downs. The turning point for the Bills came in 1986 when the team hired head coach Marv Levy. Under Levy's leadership, the Bills experienced unprecedented success, reaching the playoffs eight times in the 1990s. Their prolific offense, guided by Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, was complemented by a formidable defense led by Hall of Fame defensive end Bruce Smith. Despite their remarkable regular-season performances and thrilling playoff runs, the Bills weren't able to secure a Super Bowl victory, losing each time they reached the big game. Nevertheless, the Bills' dominant run in the 1990s solidified their place in football history. Over the years, the Bills have continued to field competitive teams, with notable players such as running back Thurman Thomas, wide receiver Andre Reed, and linebacker Cornelius Bennett etching their names in franchise lore. The team's loyal fan base, known as the "Bills Mafia," has transformed home games at Bills Stadium into one of the most raucous and passionate atmospheres in the NFL. With a rich history and a dedicated following, the Buffalo Bills remain a beloved franchise, leaving an indelible mark on the sport of football.