1992 Buffalo Bills Season

The 1992 Buffalo Bills season was the 33rd season for the team in the National Football League. The Buffalo Bills finished the National Football League's 1992 season with a record of 11 wins and 5 losses, and finished second in the AFC East division. The Bills qualified for their third straight Super Bowl appearance.

The season is notable for Buffalo's first playoff game in this year, known as "The Comeback," in which the Bills, down 35-3, ended up winning in overtime. The game has since gone down in NFL lore. The game was the first of three Buffalo playoff wins that allowed the Bills to win their third consecutive AFC Championship.

In Week Two of the season, the Bills traveled to San Francisco, defeating the 49ers 34-31. The matchup was notable for being the first game in NFL history without a punt by either team.

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