Buffalo Bills an AFC East Championship 25 Years in the Making
The Buffalo Bills are the NFL's AFC East Champions! This is the first time in 25 years that the team from Orchard Park has earned that title proving that nothing can be taken for granted. The Bills have a strong shot at the number 2 seed in the playoffs so there is still work to do but what has happened since they last held the title?
Let's go back 25 years to the last time the Buffalo Bills were AFC East Champions. Here are a few highlights from 1995 to give you perspective on how long it has been.
- Bill Clinton was President of the United States
- George Pataki was the Governor of New York
1995 TV SHOWS
The last time the Buffalo Bills were AFC East Champs these professional athletes weren't even a year old. Dallas Cowboy Ezekiel Elliott, Kansas City Chief Patrick Mahomes, NASCAR's Chase Elliott and Los Angeles Dodger Cody Bellinger.
The Bills play the New England Patriots tonight at 8:15 on Monday Night Football. The Bills have the chance to be the #2 seed in the playoffs and that would give them a first round bye and guarantee at least 1 home game. Enjoy the ride Bills Mafia. I don't want to wait until 2050 to write the next article.
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