Buffalo NFL teams

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Buffalo
First Season
1920
Team History
Buffalo Bisons (1927-29)
Buffalo Rangers (1926)
Buffalo Bisons (1924-25)
Buffalo All-Americans (1920-23)
Conference/Division
National Football League (1920-29)
Venue
Bison Stadium (1924-29)
Canisius Villa (1920-21)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives


This article covers the various National Football League teams that played in Buffalo, New York in the 1920s. The teams in the city went by various names and had multiple owners. The most successful incarnation was the Buffalo All-Americans (1920-23).

Publications

Programs by season

1920s

Week Date Opponent Venue
Buffalo All-Americans
1921
Week 11 December 3 vs. Akron Pros Canisius Villa
1923
Week 3 October 14 at Columbus Tigers Neil Park
Buffalo Rangers
1926
Week 4 October 14 vs. Frankford Yellow Jackets Bison Stadium

See also

List of defunct NFL franchises

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