Though they've yet to capture that elusive Lombardi Trophy, the Buffalo Bills have a rich history in the NFL. And they couldn't have made those four Super Bowl appearances without fielding some top-tier talents across many different positions. Wide receiver is certainly no exception.
With that in mind, let's take a look at the three best receivers in Bills' history.
Best All-Time Buffalo Bills Wide Receivers
3. Lee Evans (2004-10)
Lee Evans has the third-most receiving yards in Bills history with 5,934. He also managed to accomplish this despite spending only seven seasons with the team. He was never named to a Pro Bowl or first-team All-Pro, but his best season came in 2006 when he tallied 1,292 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns.
2. Eric Moulds (1996-05)
Eric Moulds has a legitimate claim to be No. 1 on this list, but we'll keep him at No. 2. He's the owner of the two best single-season receiving performances in Bills history, though, ranking No. 1 and No. 2 with 1,368 receiving yards and 1,326, respectively. Through 10 years in Buffalo, he was named to three Pro Bowls.
1. Andre Reed (1985-99)
Ultimately, though, Moulds loses out to the best receiver in Bills' history, Andre Reed. Because he played 15 seasons with the Bills, Reed unsurprisingly leads the team in receiving categories essentially across the board. From 1988-94 Reed made seven consecutive Pro Bowls. His best season came in 1989, though, when Reed tallied an impressive 1,312 receiving yards and 9 scores.
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