Best and worst moments in Buffalo Bills history

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It's time to finish off our look back at the best and worst moments in Buffalo Bills history, a series we started way back in 2011.

In 50-plus years of Buffalo Bills history, there have been a lot of high and low points. We began counting them down in 2011, but as training camp ramped up, we halted our look at the best and worst moments in Bills history. It's time to complete the list.

Beginning next week, we'll continue running through the best and worst moments in team history. Before we do that, here are the previous installments from 2011:

Best Moments in Bills History # Worst Moments in Bills History
1966 AFL All-Star Game 25 Thurman Thomas signs with Dolphins
"We want Scott" 24 Patriots losing streak
Miami turns down Ralph Wilson 23 Walk-off at Foxboro, a.k.a. "Just give it to 'em"
Kelly's last-second plunge sinks Miami 22 Bickering Bills
Roland Hooks' Hail Mary catch 21 Tom Cousineau chooses CFL over Bills
Joe Ferguson guts it out 20 Rob Johnson over Doug Flutie
20 points in 77 seconds 19 1966 AFL Championship blowout
Jerry Butler jets past NY 18 Drafting Mike Williams
17 Jim Kelly's concussion curtain call
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