Game Changers -- Buffalo Bills : The Greatest Plays in Buffalo Bills Football History
For serious football fans wanting to relive the most unforgettable, extraordinary, and gut-wrenching moments in Buffalo Bills history, this account explores the team's greatest plays, providing context, back story, relevant circumstances, and comments from those directly involved in each play. Photos help reanimate memories, including Jack Kemp hitting Charley Ferguson with 28 seconds left to beat the Patriots in 1963, Roland Hooks' last-minute touchdown in 1981, Scott Norwood's infamous wide right field goal in Super Bowl XXV, the devastating playoff loss against the Titans, and Frank Reich and Steve Christie's incredible comeback against the Oilers in the 1993 playoffs.
- Hardback | 160 pages
- 205 x 230 x 21.84mm | 870g
- 02 Oct 2009
- TRIUMPH BOOKS
- Chicago, United States
About Marv Levy
Marv Levy is a former coach for the Buffalo Bills who brought the team to four consecutive Super Bowl appearances, four AFC championships, and six AFC East titles. He is ranked as the 13th all-time winningest coach in NFL history with 143 career victories and is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Jeff Miller is a member of the Professional Football Researchers Association (PFRA) and the 2004 winner of the PFRA's Ralph E. Hay Award. He is the author of The Icemen Cameth: The History of the Natural Ice Industry at Lime Lake, New York, 1880-1925; Buffalo's Forgotten Champions: The Story of Buffalo's First Professional Football Team and the Lost 1921 Title; and Rockin' the Rockpile: The Buffalo Bills of the American Football League. He lives in Springville, New York.