Buffalo Bills: Did You Know?

December 2, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; NFL former quarterback Doug Flutie walks the sidelines before the game between the San Diego Chargers and Cincinnati Bengals at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

This is the second installment of looking back at the history and facts about the Buffalo Bills over the past 53 years.  Over this time there have been ups and downs but most of all, history in the making.  Do you remember the Super Bowl years? Thurman Thomas forgetting his helmet? What about Don Beebe stripping the ball on the 1 yard line from a confident and cocky Leon Lett?

These are some of the memories that we will begin to look at and see how many you remember.  we will even throw in some trivia as well to test your knowledge.  See what you know.

Did You Know:

– The longest NFL touchdown pass of Doug Flutie’s career came with the Bills in 1998 when he connected with Eric Moulds on an 84 yard touchdown pass.

– During the 1982 and 1983 seasons, the Bills wore solid red socks as part of their uniform.  This would be the only year they ever did so.

Trivia:

Who is the Oldest Buffalo Bills QB to throw a 300 yard game?  This QB threw for 366 yards in a win over the Seahawks 42-23. Name this QB.

Answer will be in the next installment.

Topics: Buffalo Bills, Doug Flutie

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