Ralph Wilson Jr. has done just about all you can with the Bills except win a Super Bowl.
The Bills were one of the original American Football League teams. Wilson founded them in September of 1959 after being turned down by Miami to start a team there. As of October 28th, they were officially the seventh AFL franchise.
The Bills found immediate success being the only AFL team to make the postseason four consecutive years, 1963-1966. They won the championship in 1964 and 65.
From 1990-93 the Bills were a symbol of greatness making four consecutive Super Bowl. As many know, they went 0-4.
Wilson, at age 90, may have lost touch with his team as they have struggled for years. Since the departures of Jim Kelly and Marv Levy, the team has never been the same. Wilson is hoping he has a franchise quarterback in Trent Edwards.
In the struggling economy, sport is Buffalo's lifeline. Wilson has been highly criticized after striking a deal to play 8 games in Toronto. With speculation rising that he wants to move the team, fan support hasn't wavered.
Buffalo without the Bills and Vice Versa just wouldn't be right.