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Notes and Some Dallas Cowboys/Buffalo Bills History

November 29, 2019

The game was not in the same stratosphere, as far as importance, when compared to two AFC Network (then NBC, now CBS with Jim Nantz, who set a modern record for “Happy Thanksgivings” yesterday) Dallas easy SUPER BOWL wins vs the Bills, however Buffalo is now (9-3), after winning (26-15) as a one touchdown underdog, at (6-6) Dallas yesterday.

Despite a 3 game better record than Dallas, the Bills, who trail (10-1) New England, have far less chance to win its division than the Cowboys, who still lead the Philly Eagles by a half game.

However, Buffalo is almost certain to make the NFL playoffs, likely as a “5” seed, where and when, they will bid for a first playoffs victory since 1995, when they “wild card rounded” Miami, in Don Shula’s last game as head coach.

Meanwhile, Dallas sans a Super Bowl title since that same year (1995), grows as a longer and longer odds choice to end that drought.

Of course, the (final) bottom line Dallas/Buffalo comparison is 5 titles for Dallas, two secured in aforementioned easy wins vs the Bills, who have an (0-4) Super Bowl record.

 

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“Mirror, mirror on the wall,” who is the greatest Bills’ player of all?

It is Orenthal James “O.J. ” Simpson, pictured above.

No “Uber” ads for Simpson, but “Mr. Hertz ads,” rightfully, was named one of the twelve greatest NFL running backs in this year’s “100 NFL Years” voting.

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