Only one Bills quarterback has ever led the team to a championship. On Saturday, that QB passed away. Jack Kemp was 73 when cancer claimed his life. He was diagnosed with the disease in January. Kemp spent 13 seasons in the NFL with the Chargers and Bills. He played in Buffalo from 1962-69 and guided the team to AFL titles in 1964 and 65. Kemp was also named AFL MVP in 1965. After his football career, Kemp was a U.S. congressman for most of hte 70s and 80s. He was the vice-presidential candidate for Bob Dole on the GOP ticket in 1996. Kemp was inducted to the Bills Wall of Fame in 1984.