Top 50 Buffalo Bills

Say what you want about the Buffalo Bills in the early 1990’s.

At the end of the day there was only one professional football team that went to the Super Bowl four years in a row, and while they did not win any of them, or an Super Bowls for that matter, the accomplishment of getting there four times consecutively should be celebrated.

The history of the Buffalo Bills dates back to 1960, where they were charter members of the American Football League and were part of the AFL/NFL merger.  This list will include AFL accomplishments, and it is forgotten that the Bills were two time AFL Champions (1964 and 1965).

This list is up to the end of the 2015 regular season.

Note: Football lists are based on an amalgamation of tenure, traditional statistics, advanced statistics, playoff statistics and post-season accolades.
Five times an AFL All Star, Stew Barber spent his entire career with the Buffalo Bills, predominantly at the Left Tackle Position.  Barber, who was initially signed as a Linebacker, would become a star Offensive Lineman in the AFL.
Jim Dunaway was another member of the back-to-back Buffalo Bills AFL Championship teams in the mid-60’s.  Dunaway was a four time AFL All Star (Pro Bowl) and was once a First Team All AFL Selection.
Spending all but his final year of professional football with the Buffalo Bills, Ken Jones spent most of his career as the Bills starting Left Tackle.  Jones was the main starter during his career and while he was not a Pro Bowler, he was still a dependable player for the Bills. 
Undrafted out of college, and having to go through NFL Europe, Fred Jackson did not make his NFL debut until he was 26.  Despite that late start, Jackson made an impact with the Buffalo Bills and would exceed 1,000 Yards From Scrimmage five times as a Bill.
Having the honor of being the first player in NFL history to score 80 Yard+ Touchdowns in one quarter, Lee Evans was a decent Wide Receiver who played all but one of his NFL seasons with the Buffalo Bills.  Evans would twice go over 1,000 Yards Receiving in a season and had over 6,000 Yards from Scrimmage as a Bill.
Spending all ten of his seasons in the National Football League with the Buffalo Bills, Chris Kelsay would have a long and solid career in the NFL.  The Defensive End would start 120 of his 147 Games and would record 32.5 Sacks.
While Terrence McGee was a very good Cornerback, he was most dangerous as a Kick Returner, where he would use his speed and elusiveness to accumulate 5,450 Kick Return Yards over his career.  McGee would be name to two Second Team All Pro squads because of this skill.

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Robert James did not have a long career in the National Football League, but all six of his campaigns were spent with the Buffalo Bills.  In the final three years he spent in the NFL, James was named to the Pro Bowl, two of which saw him earning a spot on the First Team All Pro roster.   Not a bad…
Booker Edgerson was a decent Cornerback who assisted the Buffalo Bills in their 1964 and 1965 AFL Championship wins.  Edgerson was an AFL All Star in 1965 and would net 23 Interceptions for the Bills.
With his first seven seasons in the NFL spent with the Buffalo Bills, Will Wolford would have two of his three Pro Bowls as a Bill.
A two time First Team All Pro, Brian Moorman would be a dependable Special Teams player for the Bills for over a decade.  He would the NFL in Yards/Punt in the 2005 season
Undrafted out of Maryland, Tony Greene would become a very good Defensive Back for the Buffalo Bills.  Greene would be a First Team All Pro in 1974 and still holds the record for the longest Interception returned for a Touchdown when he took one back 101 Yards in 1976.