Today's Buffalo Bills are about as far removed from the team's 1990s glory days as possible. The Bills made four consecutive Super Bowl appearances behind Hall of Famers Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas and Bruce Smith in the mid '90s, but it's been all downhill since Buffalo lost to the Tennessee Titans in the Music City Miracle game during the 1999 season.
The Bills haven't made the postseason since, and they've finished last in the AFC East each of the past four seasons. Their record within the division during that span is 4-20, and Buffalo has lost its first three division games this season.
Still, the Bills had the New England Patriots on the ropes last week, and an optimist could argue that they are just few key pieces away from returning to relevance in a league where parity reigns.
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