The Buffalo Bills are heading into their bye week at 4-1 after another road victory—this one coming in Nashville over the Tennessee Titans. This is the Bills’ third straight road win this season, which, according to the Bills’ PR team, is something they haven’t done since 1993.
The #Bills won their third straight road game to start the season. That's something they haven't done since the last time they went to the Super Bowl. #BuffaloBills #NFL #BillsMafia #GoBills #NFL100 pic.twitter.com/8MMU0sjq47— Buffalo Rumblings (@BuffRumblings) October 8, 2019
In 1993, the Jim Kelly-led Bills started the season with road wins over the Dallas Cowboys, New York Jets, and the New England Patriots. That team went on to finish first in the AFC with a 12-4 regular season record and a fourth consecutive Super Bowl appearance.
The 2019 Buffalo Bills have five road games remaining against the Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys, Pittsburgh Steelers, and New England Patriots. Those teams have a combined record of 11-13 and two of them have four losses already. If they’re able to win three of those five remaining road games they’ll tie the aforementioned 1993 team and the 1991 Bills for the most road wins in a season by a Bills team at six.