Since 1933, Buffalo's 14-season drought is tied for the 11th longest in league history and well short of the NFL-record of 25 seasons shared by the Chicago/St. Louis Cardinals (1949-1973) and Washington Redskins (1946-70), according to STATS. But among teams whose droughts began after 1970, the Bills are tied for second with Kansas City (1972-85), Tampa Bay (1983-96) and Cincinnati (1991-2004), and one short of the St. Louis/Arizona Cardinals (1983-97).
The Bills haven't had a winning season since going 9-7 in 2004. With an 87-135 record since 2000,Blake Swihart Jersey, their .392 winning percentage is the NFL's fourth worst.