Buffalo Bill Playoff Tickets

Throughout the seasons, there have been many Buffalo Bill playoff tickets purchased by faithful fans across the state of New York. Of course, this is largely due to the fact that the franchise has enjoyed much on the field success over the year tripster.ru. They won back-to-back AFL championships in 1964 and 1965, losing in the title game the following season. They only made the playoffs a total of five times during the 1970s and the 1980s, but the more than made up for it in the 1990s. They made it all the way to the Super Bowl in 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1993, and went to the post-season a total of eight times during the decade, thanks largely to the contributions of quarterback Jim Kelley, running back Thurman Thomas, wide receiver Andre Reed and defensive end Bruce Smith. Their last playoff appearance to date was a 22-16 loss to the Tennessee Titans in 1999, although fans expect that to change shortly.

Buffalo Bill Playoff Tickets in 2005?

Is it too early to suggest that fans may need to start thinking about buying Buffalo Bill playoff tickets in the near future, perhaps even this season? Not at all. In his first year in the team in 2004, head coach Mike Mularkey led the team to their first winning record since the 1999 season. They featured the NFL's second-ranked defense that season -- a unit which led the league in turnover margin, was tied for first in the AFC in sacks and was second in the conference in pass defense. The Bills also feature a gaggle of rising stars on the offensive side of the ball, including quarterback J.P. Losman, running back Willis McGahee and wide receiver Lee Evans. If 2005 second round pick Roscoe Parrish, a wideout from Miami, can step in an contribute sooner rather than later, the AFC's 5th ranked scoring offense from 2004 may become an even bigger threat in the months and years to come. The pieces appear to be there, and if Mularkey can help them all come together, Bills fans may need to shell out some extra cash for playoff tickets sooner than they realize.