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This Day in Buffalo Sports History

   Oct. 4, 1987 -- This marks one of the oddest games in Bills' history. With regular players out on strike, the Bills and Colts hired replacements and resumed the NFL schedule. Indianapolis did a better job, winning in Rich Stadium, 47-6. It's the most one-sided loss in Bills' history to that point, as Gary Hogeboom threw five touchdown passed by the third quarter. Buffalo's lone score came on a touchdown pass by Willie Totten, mostly known as Jerry Rice's college quarterback at Mississippi Valley State.

--- Budd Bailey

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