Dec. 5 in Bills history: Terrence McGee with a Bills first

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December 5, 2004 – McGEE MAKES HISTORY IN BILLS WIN

Terrence McGee made Bills history when he returned the opening kickoff 104 yards for a touchdown in the Bills' 42-32 win over the Dolphins in Miami. McGee's return was the longest in Bills history and it marked the first time Buffalo scored a touchdown on the opening kickoff.

December 5, 1959 -- BUFFALO SIGNS ITS FIRST PLAYER

Tackle Joe Schaffer of Tennessee was the first player to sign with the new Buffalo Bills franchise.

December 5, 1965 -- GOGOLAK SETS AFL RECORD FOR FG ATTEMPTS

Buffalo place kicker Pete Gogolak attempted an AFL record seven field goals, and he made a team-record five as the Bills defeated the Oilers 29-14 in Houston.

December 5, 1965 -- CHAMPS OF THE EAST

The Bills defeated Houston, 29-18, in Rice Stadium to clinch their second straight AFL Eastern Division title. RB Wray Carlton's 80-yard TD run from scrimmage was the longest in Bills history.

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