1969 Buffalo Bills season
The 1969 Buffalo Bills season was the team’s tenth season, and was the final season of the American Football League before the 1970 AFL-NFL Merger. The Bills played an AFL-record seven games against opponents that went on to reach the postseason; Buffalo lost all seven of these games. The 1969 season was the first for running back O.J. Simpson, who would go on to a Hall of Fame career, as well as notoriety decades later for a 1994 double-murder indictment.
1969 Buffalo Bills season
The 1969 Buffalo Bills season was the team’s tenth season, and was the final season of the American Football League before the 1970 AFL-NFL Merger. The Bills played an AFL-record seven games against opponents that went on to reach the postseason; Buffalo lost all seven of these games. The 1969 season was the first for running back O.J. Simpson, who would go on to a Hall of Fame career, as well as notoriety decades later for a 1994 double-murder indictment.