The next six weeks are the toughest on NFL fans. This is the part of the off-season that not much goes on in the way of news and on-the-field activity.

Other than mandatory minicamp, there will be nothing regarding the Bills on the field until training camp in late July.

One thing you will notice about Bills fans is the fact that they love looking back on fond moments. Even not so good moments, like the 17-year playoff drought.

It might sound weird but I enjoy watching those old highlights from the drought. That's probably because of my age and that's all I knew until the Bills drafted quarterback Josh Allen. It does show how much Bills fans love looking back.

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The Super Bowl appearance years are certainly number one for fans old enough to remember that era, as well as looking back at the memories through documentaries.

If you're looking to relive some of those great Bills memories, then make sure to flip over to the NFL Network.

The NFL Network will be showing a Bills-themed marathon today, which involves Jim Kelly's career and personal life, Andre Reed's road to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and a look back at all the Super Bowls the Bills of the early '90s appeared in.

The Four Falls of Buffalo is an ESPN 30 for 30 documentary that showcased the Bills four-year run from their first Super Bowl against the New York Giants to their second one against the Dallas Cowboys; and final appearance.

If you're working from home or have the day off, something to check out!

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