Watch The Comeback

The Bills, with quarterback Frank Reich, against the Oilers in 1993.  Harry Scull, Jr./Associated Press

The Bills, with quarterback Frank Reich, against the Oilers in 1993.  Harry Scull, Jr./Associated Press

If you have 3 hours and want to relive one of the greatest playoff (yes I said playoff) games in Buffalo Bills history then here you go!

The Comeback was an NFL playoff game between the Buffalo Bills and the Houston Oilers played January 3, 1993. Both the Bills and the Oilers were wildcard teams that year. 

As of January 2015 it remains the largest comeback in NFL history.

It was played in Rich Stadium with Jim Kelly injured on the sideline, and was televised by NBC, with Charlie Jones and Todd Christensen calling the action. The stadium was not sold out of tickets; therefore NFL blackout rules prohibited its live broadcast in Western New York. I know this might be the first time younger generations have seen the game so I won't say the final score. You can check out the incredible game for yourself below:

For more historic information on the game check out wikipedia