How the Buffalo Bills 2015 Players Compare to the Best Buffalo Bills Players of All Time listed the Best Buffalo Bills of All Time. At the top five were Jim Kelly, Bruce Smith, Andre Reed, Thurman Thomas, and O. J. Simpson.

Jim Kelly

James Edward ‘Jim’ Kelly, who joined the Bills in 1983, was the passing leader of all time with 35,467. He was also a 5-Time Pro Bowler and 1-Time First Team All-Pro. He was included in the Hall of Fame of 2002. His weighted career average of 103 landed him the 93rd overall rank since 1950.

Bruce Smith

Bruce Bernard Smith was a recipient of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009 only in his first year of eligibility. He holds the NFL career record for quarterback sacks. He was also part of the Buffalo Bills team that participated in four successive Super Bowls, being the AFC champions.

Andre Reed

Andre Reed had been Buffalo Bills’ wide receiver for 15 seasons – out of his 16-season career. He was one of those chosen for the Pro Football Hall of Fame last year. He placed 10th in NFL history with his total career receptions of 951. He was also part of the Buffalo Bills 50th Season All-Time Team.

Thurman Thomas

Thurman Thomas spent most of his pro football career with Buffalo Bills. He was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007. He was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame a year later.

J. Simpson

J. Simpson was Buffalo Bills’ running back from 1969 to 1977. He made a record in 1973, being the first NFL player to have rushed over 2000 yards in one season. He was College Football Hall of Famer in 1983 and Pro Football Hall of Famer in 1985.

The achievements of these former players were noteworthy – but not to be overlooked are Buffalo Bills’ 2015 important players for 2015. They are already making waves and records at this early. named Marcell Dareus, Mario Williams and LeSean McCoy on the top three of the list.

Marcell Dareus

Dareus was drafted by Buffalo Bills in 2011. In his 16 games for the Buffalo Bills, he already registered 5.5 sacks; the most for a rookie of the team. This was despite of his injuries. He was one of the first Pro Bowl in 2013. He is considered among the most vital players, working for Bills’ defense.

Mario Williams

Williams has amassed 38 sacks – the most for quarterback take downs of a Bills defender in three seasons. This mark placed him 6th in the franchise history of Bills. It is also the 4th highest total by an individual in three-year period in the history of NFL. He also recorded double digit sack in his first three seasons. Williams was also selected to the Pro Bowl for four times – 2008, 2009, 2013, and 2014.

LeSean McCoy

McCoy was a three-time Pro Bowl member, from 2011, 2013, and 2014. He was also selected twice as First Team All Pro – 2011 and 2013. He was NFL Rushing Leader in 2013, NFC Offensive Player of the Year also in 2013, and NFL Rushing Touchdown Leader in 2011. He is at no. 29 in the list of Top 100 Players of 2015.

Why You Should Be Excited about Renovations at the Ralph Wilson Stadium


Finally, the home of the Buffalo Bills of the NFL – the Ralph Wilson Stadium – has undergone renovations. With its seating capacity of 73,079, fans will be happier to watch the games here. And what are the things we should be happy about? Here are the following benefits to look forward to:

  1. Bigger and wider gates

 Change is evident even before you set foot in the stadium. The gates become bigger and wider that you will be able to enter inside without squeezing yourself past the line of people. You will no longer rub elbows (literally!) with throngs of spectators. Queuing will now offer comfort.

  1. Extended perimeter

With the outskirts stretched out, football fans – and that include you – will no longer be obliged to immediately proceed to their seats as they can still mingle with people, have a walk, and observe the events happening around before the games. The sideline concourse steps are expanded as well – from 9 feet to 24 feet wide. With more spaces given for these and other activities, you will get to appreciate the Ralph Wilson Stadium more.

  1. New scoreboards

There’s one over the Time Warner Cable Business Class Club and it stands 33 feet tall and 60 feet wide. It keeps you updated about the fantasy stats and league leaders while the game is being held. The other one is located beside the M&T Bank Club and is linked by the latest digital tri-vision board. It reflects the video on the West End scoreboard – clearer and longer at 163 feet wide.

  1. More restrooms

You leave your seat earlier than the others to make sure that you can be at one of the few restrooms the stadium has. You do not want to see yourself in a long queue when you know that you need to relive yourself immediately, right? With the Ralph Wilson stadium renovations, this should not be a concern anymore. More restrooms are built to accommodate viewers. This means you can have more time to dance the Shout song.

And a huge Buffalo Bills fan that you are, you will surely want to have your personalized toilet seat.


Check out the New Molded Wood White Finish Toilet Seat featuring the Buffalo Bills NFL Team Logo. It is made of molded wood and looks elegant with its white finish. It fits your round bowl shaped toilet well. Installation is easy and the needed hardware is already included.

You can choose the location of the label – on the underside if you want to be at least discreet about it or on top of the seat if you want users to know that you are one too proud Buffalo Bills fan. It is sold for less than $60.

  1. Bigger store

The store will be four times bigger than before that so you can have a wider range of choices for jerseys, hats, Zubaz, and a lot more. Now, you can have more reasons to make the world know that you are a huge Buffalo Bills fan.

Visit the Ralph Wilson Stadium now and feel the difference.

You might want to read what Rex Ryan just said..

Buffalo Bills Head Coach Rex Ryan on Belichick: “The Greatest Coach of All Time”

rexBuffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan said in an interview with ESPN that his brother Rob, who was recently fired as New Orleans Saints’ Defensive Coordinator, will be fine. He added that it is an episode that happens to everyone. “But it’s the business. It’s the business that we chose, and all that. It’s gonna happen. It happens to every coach.”

But what’s not expected is when he mentioned – and sort of praised – New England Patriots’ head coach Bill Belichick. “It happened to [Bill] Belichick, the greatest coach of all time. It happened to him. It happens to everybody.”

It can be recalled that when he took the head coaching job for New York Jets he said he will not kiss the Super Bowl rings of Belichick. Yahoo Sports wrote, “I never came here to kiss Bill Belichick’s, you know, rings,” Ryan said. “I came to win. Let’s just put it that way. So we’ll see what happens.”  He is confident to say that he is not intimidated by the Patriots or any team.

According to USA Today, the intense rivalry between the Jets and Patriots started when Bill Parcells moved from New England to New York after he led the football team to Super Bowl XXXI. Curtis Martin was recruited by the Jets, again, from Patriots and then in 2000, New England got Belichick from New York. Jets appointed Eric Mangini, who was then the assistant of Belichick, as their head coach six years later. Then the Spygate issue: NFL officials’ confiscation of video from New England when they visited New York.

As if the Bills’ coach mention of Belichick was not enough, he also said a lot about Tom Brady, New England Patriot quarterback who recorded 466 passing yards in the team’s Week 2 win against Buffalo – his second most in his entire career and the most against Buffalo Bills. He said that it is an act that is difficult to figure out. He can’t tell what’s driving Brady. He got all the rings and others but there is something in him that motivates him and puts him in his best form.

Saying it was something that has never occurred to him before, Ryan proclaimed that New England Patriots are, without any question, “the best team in football right now”. He also added that the team has the best offense in the league and the best quarterback.

Ryan admitted that he may be preparing to face New York Jets (his former team), but it is the game against the New England Patriots that he is looking forward to. He may be excited about seeing Brady throwing for 800 yards against them – and seeing him joining his brother Rob in the unemployment list? Well, that’s a challenge he gave to Brady. He seemed to be very sure that the Patriots’ quarterback will try to do that. Just watch.

He made this statement when he was asked about New York Giants, who seem to be flourishing in its game plan. Ryan said that the team was successful in shocking Patriots with the more than 200 passing yards they made in a quarter.