Last week we pitted the 1990-93 AFC Championship Bills against each other in a fantasy football battle, using the standard scoring rules from NFL.com/fantasy. Things got testy as the '90 team edged out the '92 team by less than two points – a definitively narrow margin for a battle decided over the course of two seasons. The '91 team was by far the most prolific, beating the '92 squad by a comfortable 15 points with a season average of 81.04 points per game.
This week, the surviving AFC Champions will step into their Deloreans and travel back to the 1960s to take on the American Football League Champion Bills of 1964 and '65. It was a different era of football, with the legendary Jack Kemp leading both squads at quarterback and a number of Wall of Fame-caliber names lining the roster.
Could the AFL Champion '64 Bills have what it takes to knock out the '90 AFC Champion Bills? What about the '65 vs. '91 matchup? Crunch these fantasy stats and see for yourself.