The Buffalo Bills used to be a very respectable team out of New York with Hall of Famer's lining their roster.
Today, they are less that than a team still trying to find it's way.
Wide Receiver Terrell Owens was brought in to right the ship, make Lee Evans and Trent Edwards better, balance the run game brought by Marshawn Lynch and Fred Jackson with a passing game that all had to respect.
In truth, Owens hasn't had a chance to shine, Edwards is still not the guy Buffalo needs him to be, and Marshawn Lynch screwed his franchise from the start of the season by just being stupid.
Buffalo has not been able to catch a break.
Everytime things look promising—they get snatched back.
It's amazing to think that this is the same franchise that once went to four consecutive Super Bowls!
Say what you want about never having won the big one, but I challenge any team of today to match that kind of consistency—it's simply not possible.
The Bills were able to recover from the "wide right" debacle of 1991. They remained a playoff caliber team despite the heartbreak of that missed 47-yarder against the Giants—making seven more playoff appearances between 1991 and 1999.
Three of those appearances led to Super Bowl title chances.
No. Buffalo's achilles' heel has been one play that not only has seen them mired in mediocrity since it's outcome, but has seemingly destroyed the very ability of that franchise to find any success.
That play was....