From the archives: Coldest Bills game was played 20 years ago
Rich Stadium, Jan. 15, 1994. It was winter, but it was not any ordinary winter's day. The temperature was 0, the wind-chill factor minus-32. And the red-hot L.A. Raiders were in town to play the Bills in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs. It remains the coldest game the Bills have ever played.
In the end, Jim Kelly and the Bills overcame both the cold and the Raiders, coming back, not once, but twice to beat Jeff Hostetler and the Raiders, 29-23.
Relive that cold but glorious day from The News' archives:
- Photo gallery
- Vic Carucci's game story: Bounce-back Bills land in title game; rallies yield 29-23 victory over chilly LA
- Larry Felser's column: Kelly's performance pulls Bills to next level
- Jerry Sullivan's column: Hostetler at a loss for words after first defeat in playoffs as starter
- Bills' victory fires up fans at coldest game in team history
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