- 1990 AFC Championship Ring
- 1991 AFC Championship Ring
- 1992 AFC Championship Ring
- 1993 AFC Championship Ring
- 4 Rings Wooden Display Box
Jim Kelly was the 14th overall pick in 1986 and played two seasons in the USFL before joining the Bills. In 11 seasons, he led Buffalo to the playoffs eight times, and to four straight Super Bowls, the only time in NFL history that feat has been accomplished, although the Bills were unable to win it all. Kelly went 101-59 as a starter, totaling 35,467 passing yards, 237 scores, and 175 picks.
He made five Pro Bowls and one All-Pro team, and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2002. And yet, as good a player as Kelly was, he is an even better person. His post-football life has been marked by strategy and struggles, including multiple cancer diagnoses, and the tragic death of his son, Hunter, at the age of eight.
Kelly is a football legend for all the right reasons.