Buffalo Bills at Houston Oilers 3 to 27

Sunday, December 27, 1992, Week 17

The Buffalo Bills played the Houston Oilers in Houston on Sunday, December 27, 1992, Week 17 of the 1992 season. The Oilers won by a score of 27-3. With this game, the Oilers finished the season 5-3-0 at home, while the Bills finished 5-3-0 on the road for the 1992 season.

The Oilers finished the season with a record of 10-6-0, while the Bills finished the season at 11-5-0.

Buffalo Bills offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
237 90 147 4 17


Head Coach: Marv Levy Assistant Head Coach: Elijah Pitts Offensive Coordinator: Tom Bresnahan Defensive Coordinator: Walt Corey Quarterbacks Coach: Jim Shofner Wide Receivers Coach: Charlie Joiner Offensive Line Coach: Tom Bresnahan Running Backs Coach: Elijah Pitts Tight Ends Coach: Don Lawrence Defensive Line Coach: Dan Sekanovich Linebackers Coach: Walt Corey Defensive Backs Coach: Dick Roach Defensive Quality Control Coach: Chuck Lester Special Teams Coach: Bruce DeHaven Strength and Conditioning Coordinator: Rusty Jones General Manager: Bill Polian Administrative Assistant: Chuck Lester Summer Intern: Tom Telesco Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Gary Emanuel, Juan Castillo

Houston Oilers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
285 178 107 1 17


Head Coach: Jack Pardee Offensive Coordinator: Kevin Gilbride Defensive Coordinator: Jim Eddy Wide Receivers Coach: Chris Palmer Offensive Line Coach: Richard Smith, Bob Young Running Backs Coach: Frank Novak Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Richard Smith Defensive Line Coach: Jim Stanley Linebackers Coach: Frank Bush Defensive Backs Coach: Pat Thomas Defensive Quality Control Coach: Gregg Williams Special Teams Coach: Richard Smith Strength and Conditioning Coach: Steve Watterson General Manager: Mike Holovak Assistant General Manager: Floyd Reese