Lou Saban (left) coached the Buffalo Bills to the first of back-to-back American Football League championships in 1964 as they beat the San Diego Chargers. From left are Bills players Pete Gogolak (3), Jack Kemp (15), and Wray Carlton (30).
Lou Saban (left) coached the Buffalo Bills to the first of back-to-back American Football League championships in 1964 as they beat the San Diego Chargers. From left are Bills players Pete Gogolak (3), Jack Kemp (15), and Wray Carlton (30). File photo
Lou Saban (left) coached the Buffalo Bills to the first of back-to-back American Football League championships in 1964 as they beat the San Diego Chargers. From left are Bills players Pete Gogolak (3), Jack Kemp (15), and Wray Carlton (30). File photo

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