1961 Buffalo Bills Season
The 1961 Buffalo Bills was the team's second season in the American Football League. The Bills played in the Eastern division, winning six games, losing eight, and missing the postseason.
The Bills didn't have a winning record at any point in the season, and they played their final five games of the season on the road.
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and yet we kiss in every corner, scuffing the dust
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—Anne Sexton (19281974)
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