Los Angeles Raiders at Buffalo Bills (1993 Playoffs)
The final game is one that has been talked about regularly recently as this is the coldest game in Buffalo Bills playoff history. This past week, the temperature at kickoff between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots was seven degrees and this is why this divisional game between the Raiders and Bills was discussed because in that game the temperature was zero degrees with wind chills of -14.
The game got off to a slow start as neither team was able to score in the first quarter before the offense started to get going for both teams. The Raiders would score 17 points in the second quarter with the Bills adding 13.
In the third quarter, Buffalo would take the lead on a Jim Kelly touchdown pass to Bill Brooks but the Raiders would take the lead back before the end of the quarter on a Tim Brown touchdown.
However, Bill Brooks was not done and would catch his second touchdown of the game in the fourth quarter. That would put the Buffalo Bills ahead 29-23, which would end up being the final score.