Jim Kelly is a Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback who spent his entire NFL career as a Buffalo Bill. His hallmark as a player was his toughness. From growing up in East Brady, a small town in Pennsylvania, to facing a career threatening injury in his college days, to leading the Buffalo Bills team to an unprecedented four straight AFC championships, Kelly’s toughness has been tested time and time again. After his retirement, not only did he lose his one and only son Hunter at the age of 8 to a disease called Krabbe Leukodystrophy, he also survived three battles with cancer. Kelly speaks about the power of the four F’s—Faith, Family, Friends and Fans—and what it really means to make a difference.