It was 1988 and the Bills were just starting to come out of the post-Chuck Knox era dark ages.  Back to back 2-14 seasons in ‘84-85 followed by some gradual improvement with a 4-12 season in ’86 and 7-8 during the strike shortened season of 1987 had left Bills fans hungry for a winner.

Then things really came together as all the Bills’ young stars burst on the scene in ’88.  The Bills raced out at a 10-1 record...

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