Top 10 Biggest Bills Draft Wins
As we approach the 2022 NFL Draft, there has been a lot of talk about who the Bills should draft, ways to keep from having a bad draft, etcetera.
All of this talk has got me thinking about all of the great, and not-so-great, people that have been drafted by our Buffalo Bills.
There have been some amazing people who were drafted by the Bills who went on to have great careers in Buffalo, some who have had great careers for other teams, and others who kind of went bust.
I don't really want to focus on the bad, but the good really make us feel happy. So here are the Top Ten Biggest Draft Wins for the Buffalo Bills, in no particular order
Drafted in the 2006 NFL Draft by the Bills, Kyle Williams had a huge impact on the Bills and an even larger impact on Buffalo.
E-Money was drafted in the 1996 NFL Draft and has been named to the Bills 50th Anniversary Team.
Phil Hansen was drafted in the second round of the 1991 NFL Draft and spent 10 years on the Bills roster.
Coming to the Bills from the University of Kentucky in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft, Stevie Johnson was an electrifying personality on the field and you can still find him hanging out in Buffalo.
Joining the Bills during the 1995 NFL Draft Ruben Brown played 13 seasons in Buffalo and appeared in 9 separate Pro Bowls.
The Bills did a great job picking Andre Reed in the fourth round of the 1985 NFL Draft and that proved on and off the field during his 15 seasons playing for Buffalo.
Selected 1st in the 1969 Draft, OJ was the first Running Back to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season.
Arguably considered the best Running Back in Bills history, Thurman Thomas was selected by Buffalo in the 1988 NFL Draft.
Another 1st round pick by Buffalo, Bruce Smith joined the Bills in the 1985 NFL Draft and is considered one of the best pass-rushers the NFL has ever seen.
Selected in the 1st round of the 1983 NFL Draft, what more needs to be said about Jim Kelly?