The 1991 Buffalo Bills season was the 32nd season, and 22nd in the National Football League. The Buffalo Bills finished the National Football League's 1991 season with a record of 13 wins and 3 losses, the same record as their previous year's record, and finished first in the AFC East division. The Bills qualified for their second Super Bowl appearance.

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  • The 1991 Buffalo Bills season was the 32nd season, and 22nd in the National Football League. The Buffalo Bills finished the National Football League's 1991 season with a record of 13 wins and 3 losses, the same record as their previous year's record, and finished first in the AFC East division. The Bills qualified for their second Super Bowl appearance. The Bills No Huddle "K-Gun" offense, after having a breakout 1990 season, once again dominated the league by gaining an NFL leading 6,525 yards and scoring 458 points, a franchise record, and second only to Washington. The leaders of the offense, quarterback Jim Kelly and running back Thurman Thomas, both had the best seasons of their careers. Kelly completed 64.1 percent of his passes for 3,844 yards and a league leading 33 touchdowns, with only 17 interceptions, to give him a 97.6 passer rating. Behind his fullback Brian Ammons 33 Thomas rushed for 1,407 yards, caught 62 passes for 620 yards, and scored 12 touchdowns to earn him both the NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award and the NFL Most Valuable Player Award. Just like Washington, Buffalo had more than one threat in their backfield. Running back Kenneth Davis emerged as a big threat off the bench, rushing for 624 yards, catching 20 passes for 118 yards, and scoring 5 touchdowns. The Bills also had several major weapons in their passing game. Wide receiver Andre Reed led the team with 81 receptions for 1,113 yards and 10 touchdowns, and also rushed 12 times for 136 yards. On the other side of the field, veteran wide receiver James Lofton recorded 57 receptions for 1,072 yards and 8 touchdowns to earn his 8th Pro Bowl appearance and finish the year just 55 yards short of the all-time receiving record held by Steve Largent (13,089 yards). Pro Bowl tight end Keith McKeller was also a big contributor with 44 receptions for 434 yards, while receiver Don Beebe had 32 catches, 414 yards, and 6 touchdowns. Once again, the Bills offensive line was led by center Kent Hull along with Pro Bowl guard Jim Ritcher. (en)
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  • 1992-01-05 (xsd:date)
  • 1992-01-12 (xsd:date)
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  • * Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers – Walt Corey * Defensive Line – Chuck Dickerson * Defensive Backs – Dick Roach * Defensive Quality Control – Chuck Lester
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  • Andre Reed 54-yard pass from Jim Kelly
  • Butch Rolle 3-yard pass from Frank Reich
  • Carwell Gardner 1-yard run
  • Charlie Baumann 21-yard field goal
  • Mark Clayton 49-yard pass from Dan Marino
  • Mark Clayton 5-yard pass from Dan Marino
  • Mark Duper 3-yard pass from Dan Marino
  • Mark Higgs 3-yard run
  • Thurman Thomas 50-yard pass from Jim Kelly
  • Thurman Thomas 7-yard run
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  • * President – Ralph Wilson * Vice President of Administration/General Manager – Bill Polian * Assistant General Manager/Director of Pro Personnel – Bob Ferguson * Director of Player Personnel – John Butler * Assistant Director/Collegiate Scouting – A. J. Smith
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  • * Vice President for Football Operations/Head Coach – Marv Levy * Administrative Assistant to the Head Coach – Chuck Lester
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  • * Offensive Coordinator – Ted Marchibroda * Running Backs – Elijah Pitts * Receivers – Nick Nicolau * Offensive Quality Control/Tight Ends – Don Lawrence * Offensive Line – Tom Bresnahan
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  • Lost Super Bowl XXVI vs. 24–37
  • Won AFC Championship vs. 10–7
  • Won AFC Divisional playoff vs. 24–7
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  • Broncos
  • Chiefs
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  • Dolphins 14–7
  • Dolphins 7–0
  • Bills 21–17
  • Bills 28–24
  • Bills 35–24
  • Bills 35–31
  • Dolphins 14–0
  • Dolphins 17–14
  • Dolphins 17–7
  • Dolphins 24–21
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  • Bills seasons
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  • * Special Teams – Bruce DeHaven
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  • * Strength and Conditioning Coordinator – Rusty Jones
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  • Buffalo Bills 10, Denver Broncos 7
  • Buffalo Bills 37, Kansas City Chiefs 14
  • Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills
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  • Dick Enberg and Bill Walsh
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  • The 1991 Buffalo Bills season was the 32nd season, and 22nd in the National Football League. The Buffalo Bills finished the National Football League's 1991 season with a record of 13 wins and 3 losses, the same record as their previous year's record, and finished first in the AFC East division. The Bills qualified for their second Super Bowl appearance. (en)
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