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American football is not just the most popular sport in America but is also quite popular across the globe. With a obsessed fan base and some of the affluent athletes in the world, Football's past can be delineated back to the early twentieth century when various leagues cropped up in disparate parts throughout the U.S.
These days the National Football League, or NFL, is the best-known sports leagues on the planet and, depending on where you live in the states, if you are a football fan you generally have definite and distinct allegiance to the team that either plays in your city or one close by.
For example, if you live in Buffalo you are very likely a Bills fan. Bills fans are, to put it gently, incredibly appreciative of their team and have zero problems voicing their particular opinion about how great it is and how talented the Buffalo Bills players are. They say that if you are an Buffalo Bills fan you bleed Bills colors and, frankly, I for one wouldn't dare test this theory on any dyed in the wool Bills fan come game time.
There are 32 teams across the United States that play in the NFL and your alliances definitely are formed based on either where you grew up or where you were born. This actually makes for interesting and gut wrenching games because, since Americans tend to move quite frequently, you can often find fans of one city's team living in a different city but still cheering for "their" team when they are in town to play the local team.
Some states, and indeed some cities, have more than one NFL team to represent them. Often you can find one of these teams representing the NFC, or National Football Conference, while the other represents the Atlantic Football Conference, or AFC.
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When the Bills began playing in 1960, the team's colors were light blue, white, and silver. The team wore blue jerseys with gray numbers and white jerseys with blue numbers. The helmets were all silver with blue numbers on the side.
In 1962, the standing red bison was designated as the Buffalo Bills logo and took its place on a white helmet. In 1962, the team's colors also changed to red, white, and blue. The team switched to blue jerseys with red and white stripes on the shoulders. The helmets were white with a red center stripe. By 1965, red and blue center stripes were put on the helmets.
In 1974, the standing bison logo was replaced by a blue charging one with a red slanting stripe streaming from its horn. Ten years later, the color of their helmets were switched to red. Then in 2002, a darker shade of blue was introduced, along with red and white pipe trimming on the jerseys in pants. The original shades or red and blue, however, were contained as striping colors. They are also still used on their logos.
Since 2005, the Bills have used the 1960s uniforms as the team's alternate jerseys.
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