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In 1990, the Buffalo Bills captured the first of four consecutive AFC Championship titles. With a solid defense intact the Bills relied on their explosive offense throughout the year. Andre Reed proved to be a consistent target of the Bill's Hall of Fame quarterback, using his speed and agility to haul in pass after pass. Despite the great play Reed displayed throughout the year, the Bills narrowly lost the Super Bowl title to the New York Giants.