The ultimate loser of the ’90 NFC title game was the Buffalo Bills, who faced the slow and plodding New York Giants in Super Bowl XXV.
During the ’90 season, Buffalo’s no-huddle attack confused opposing defenses to the tune of 428 points, which was tops in the NFL.
Prior to their untimely demise in Super Bowl XXV, the Bills totaled 95 points in two playoff games versus the Dolphins and Raiders.
In the subsequent seasons, defenses caught on and despite reaching four consecutive Super Bowls, Buffalo never got closer than narrowly missing out on the Vince Lombardi Trophy during the ’90 season.
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