Bills’ success over past half-decade is matched only by one other team

The Buffalo Bills have had the definition of a roller-coaster season.

Despite a 6-6 start that included the firing of offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey, Buffalo managed to finish the season on a five-game winning streak that resulted in them being the second seed in the AFC playoffs.

In doing so, the franchise won the AFC East for the fourth consecutive season, leading to their fifth straight trip to the playoffs.

Along with the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo is the second team over the past five seasons to win at least 10 games in each season while also going to the postseason.

The Bills finished the regular season sixth in the NFL in points scored and fourth in yards allowed.

On the defensive end, Buffalo had one of the best defenses in the league as they ranked fourth in points allowed and ninth in yards allowed.

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire