The Buffalo Bills Ultimate NFL Draft Quiz is here
By this point, we are all mock drafted out. We have heard all of the expert analysis over and over, and it's time to just get on with it. The NFL draft is finally here! The 1st round starts tonight at 8 pm, live from the iconic Bellagio Fountains in Las Vegas, Nevada.
We figured we would take a break from all of the prognosticating, and instead have a little fun. Think you're a true Bills fan? Let's put that knowledge to the test, with our Buffalo Bills NFL draft quiz.
Here are seven questions (Why seven? One to represent each round of the NFL draft of course) that will be sure to test your deepest memories of Bills' drafts of years gone by. Some will be easy, but some are sure to be players who are long forgotten.
Good luck, and GO BILLS!
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QUESTION 1: A 1st round pick out of Mississippi State, this WR spent 12 years in the NFL, and is second only to Andre Reed in receptions (764) and receiving yards (9995) in Buffalo Bills history.
QUESTION 2: A 1st Round pick for the Bills, this Linebacker had an embarrassing rookie season. He totaled 18 tackles and zero sacks while playing in all 16 regular-season games during his rookie year, and is considered one of the Bills' all-time draft busts
QUESTION 3: This former first-round pick sits at 13th on the Bills All-Time Rushing list with 2,765 yards but went on to rush for over 10,000 yards in his NFL career.
QUESTION 4: A former second-round pick, this Defensive End is second on the Bills' all-time sacks list with 78.
QUESTION 5: This former Defensive Rookie of the Year, and 3 x all-pro linebacker might be the most productive Bills draft pick ever born in New York State. He hails from the town of Olean.
QUESTION 6: This former 7th-round draft selection is the Bills' career receptions leader among Tight Ends that were drafted by the team with 212.
QUESTION 7: Widely considered a 'reach' when he was selected with the 16th pick in the 1st round, this Quarterback only lasted 2 seasons as a starter in Buffalo, eventually being replaced by Tyrod Taylor.