Mastering the workings of the NFL Draft is a tough, thankless, and most likely impossible task. It is hard to translate how a player’s talents and mental state will do in the National Football League. There are plenty examples of great college players who were not successful in the pros and those that went unnoticed in college only to prove in the NFL that they could be superstars.

The Buffalo Bills have been a pro football team since 1960 when they were a founding member of the American Football League. In all those drafts, each and every year along the way, who were some of the best draft picks ever by this great team?

1985 – 4th Round

The Bills would use their 4th round pick in 1985 on a player that would help them turn their fortunes around. Out of tiny Kutztown College, they chose all world wide receiver Andre Reed.

1987 – 11th Round

With their 11th round pick in 1987, the Bills chose offensive tackle Howard เว็บยอดนิยม ufabet Ballard out of Alabama A&M who would go on to help anchor their great offensive line through the late 1980’s and into the 1990’s.

1971 – 7th Round

The Bills were looking for a high quality wide receiver when they used their 7th round pick in the 1971 NFL Draft on a product of the University of Southern California. Bob Chandler game them more than they asked for during his career.

1992 – 7th Round

Looking for defensive help, the Bills got a contributor who would help the team for a long time in the 7th round of the 1992 NFL Draft. They chose a little known DB out of tiny Eastern Washington University, Kurt Schulz.

1980 – 2nd Round

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