The Bills will be seeking a club-record 13th victory today against the Miami Dolphins at Rich Stadium.
Buffalo went 12-2 in 1964 and 12-4 in 1988.
If the Dolphins win, it will be their first 12-victory season since 1984.
In the last three seasons, Buffalo is: 33-13 overall in regular season, 19-4 vs. the AFC East, 27-8 vs. the AFC, 6-5 vs. the NFC, 21-2 at home, 12-11 away, 4-3 on Monday night football, 30-8 on artificial turn, 3-5 on grass and 3-3 indoors.
Marv Levy is 6-2 vs. Miami, all as head coach of the Bills. That includes a 3-1 mark at Rich Stadium.
Don Shula is 32-9 against Buffalo.
The Bills are 9-0, the Dolphins 8-0 when leading after three quarters.
When they score first, the Bills are 6-0. They are 6-2 when the opponent scores first.
Miami is 8-0 when it scores first and 3-3 when the opposition scores first.
In their 12 victories, the Bills have had to come from behind to win in six games. Miami trailed in five of its victories.
Andre Reed of the Bills, the AFC leader with 67 pass receptions, needs 14 receiving yards to break Elbert Dubenion's Buffalo career mark of 5,309 yards.
Buffalo leads the NFL with 390 points and has the top net scoring differential, 170.
The Bills have 12 sacks in the last three games. Bruce Smith needs four to break Mark Gastineau's NFL record of 22. Smith leads the league with 19.
The 22 NYNEX, Western New York All-Academic football team members will be guests at today's game and be introduced during ceremonies. . . . Sharon Jones, wife of Rusty Jones, the Bills' strength and conditioning coach, will sing the national anthem. . . . The Victor High band from the Rochester area will entertain before the game and at halftime.