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WilderBills Mafia posted an advert in Memorabilia,Four Falls of Buffalo - Bills Poster - Hall of Fame Autographs.
(If you need a clearer picture just let me know and I can send them through a different medium). Four Falls of Buffalo is a 2015 documentary film produced for ESPN's 30 for 30 series and was directed by Ken Rodgers of NFL Films. The film profiles the Buffalo Bills teams of the early 1990s, when the franchise became the first team to play in -- and lose -- four consecutive Super Bowls. This is truly ONE OF A KIND. You will not find something like this elsewhere.
This belongs to only truest and most dedicated Buffalo Bills fans.
Price: I have an offer in Dallas that I am willing to honor if I don't get a higher bidder-- this guy is a sports fan, but not a Bills fan. I wanted to go to the Bills Mafia community before giving to a generalist NFL Fan. A beautiful poster that was gifted to me by my former colleague Dennis Polian, Bill's son, while working at Texas A&M Football program on staff. Autographs include SIX Hall of Famers: - Bill Polian '15 (General Manager) - Marv Levy '01 (Head Coach) - Bruce Smith '09 (Defensive End) - Thurman Thomas '07 (Runningback) - Jim Kelly '02 (Quarterback) - Andre Reed '14 (Wide Receiver) Other signatures include: Scott Norwood (K), Frank Reich (current Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts), and one more I am having a hard time identifying.
Shaw66 posted an article in The Rockpile Review,© Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
I’ve written this column for about 15 years. It varies from week to week, sometimes about the stadium experience, sometimes about an important play, sometimes about what players or coaches did or didn’t do. I write about trends, prospects, shortcomings and needs. Sometimes it might be funny, sometimes quirky, and certainly sometimes boring or pedestrian. When I start writing, I don’t always have a plan – the essay just seems to go where it needs to go.
Last night in Kansas City, in the second round of the playoffs, the Chiefs beat the Buffalo Bills in overtime, 42-36. This morning, I sit before my keyboard, numb.
I’ve got nuthin’.
If you watched the game, you understand. If you didn’t, I cannot go all Grantland Rice on you to explain. I’m not Shirley Povich. Where is Frank Deford when we really need him?
I’ve been a fan of the Buffalo Bills since 1960. There were several years when work and family and geography left me less involved with the team, not going to games or being able to see them on television. Still, fan-wise, I’ve had a pretty good run. I can say figuratively, if not literally, I’ve seen it all.
The only way to describe what happened last night is that it was Wide Right, 31 years later. (If you don’t know what Wide Right was, look it up. It has its own Wikipedia article.) I was in Tampa that night, I sat in the stadium stunned as the winning field goal sailed past the right upright. (I was in Buffalo on the Monday night when the Cowboys beat the Bills with a long field goal on the final play – that game gets honorable mention, but wide right and Chiefs-Bills stand together on top of the “OMG -what-just-happened?” list.) The day after Super Bowl XXV, I walked aimlessly through Epcot Center, and it seemed every third person was wearing a Giants sweatshirt. This morning, everything is Chiefs red.