4 most memorable Wild Card weekend games in Buffalo Bills history

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1. Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Oilers (1992 playoffs)

Without question, the most memorable Wild Card game came during the 1992 season when the Buffalo Bills had the greatest comebacks in NFL history. The Bills would be entering this game without starting quarterback Jim Kelly, who suffered a knee injury the previous week against the Oilers and turn to Frank Reich.

The Oilers jumped out to an early lead and Buffalo looked like they were on their way to getting knocked out of the playoffs early. Houston would build their lead up to 35-3 in the third quarter before Buffalo would score 28 straight points in the quarter and take a 38-35 lead into the fourth.

The Oilers would respond with a field goal in the fourth and the two teams would eventually head to overtime. However, Steve Christie came through with a 32-yard field goal and secure the win.

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This game is not only one of the greatest playoff games in Buffalo Bills history but one of the top games ever in franchise history.