Bills New Uniforms: Buffalo
Published: June 25, 2011
Bills New Uniforms: Buffalo, The Buffalo Bills have (hopefully) updated their uniforms going retro.
The team unveiled the new nets / Friday before his former fans at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Since the Buffalo players are locked out, the Bills used the military to the sport of FRANCE.
The helmet is not unlike that used in the team in 1974-75, with the familiar loading buffalo, a white hull and white mask. Sweaters, pants and socks are almost identical to those worn from 1961 to 1964 – note the stripes on the shoulder – when the team won the first of his two AFL Championships (1964). The team logo has now been added to the hip.
White helmets featuring the Bills from 1962 to 83, but notoriously changed to red in 1984 in an attempt to help colorblind QB Joe Ferguson, who was throwing too many INT because three of the four AFC East rivals Buffalo at the time (Colts, Dolphins, Patriots) also had white helmets, making it difficult for Ferguson to distinguish his receivers.
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