Buffalo Bills All-Decade Team: Offense
With the first decade of the millennium just coming to an end, I have decided to take a look at the best of the favorites on the Buffalo Bills of the past ten seasons on the offensive side of the ball.
Although the last decade has been filled with sorrow and tragedy for our beloved Bills, these players will always stand out in the hearts of Buffalo fans, for the drive they played with, and the excitement they brought to the city as a whole.
Missing the playoffs for an entire decade is tough, but these guys made it easier to bear the embarrassment, and give us all hope.
QB- Doug Flutie
Although the 2000 season was his last in Buffalo, his brief, three year stint with the team constantly had fans out of their seats. He was a great leader, a great person, and was always exciting to watch.
Doug Flutie was a fan favorite in Buffalo, and the famous "Flutie Flakes" were a daily meal for most Buffalonians.
RB- Willis McGahee
Even though we hate him now, Willis Mcgahee was the first dominant tailback on the Bills since Thurman Thomas left, as the team juggled Sammy Morris, Travis Henry, Larry Centers, etc.
Buffalo took a chance on the former Hurricane, despite the horrific knee injury that still makes me cringe to this day. In his three year span with the Bills, McGahee amassed over 3,000 yards rushing, and scored 24 touchdowns.
WR 1- Eric Moulds
Wide Receiver Eric Moulds will go down in Buffalo fans' hearts for a long time. Spending ten seasons on the squad he recorded over 8,000 receiving yards, as well as 45 touchdowns, before going to the new Houston Texans in the 2006 season.
WR 2- Lee Evans
Although he is not nationally recognized as one of the elite NFL wideouts, Lee Evans has been a focal point of the Buffalo Bills offense in recent years.
His big play ability earns him a pot on the All-Decade Buffalo Bills team.
TE- Kevin Everett
Kevin Everett's story is one of inspiration and courage. Although he never had a chance to prove himself in the league, after being paralyzed the first game of the 2007 season, his recovery has captured the hearts of not only Bills fans, but the whole National Football League community.
Ruben Brown was one of the most dominant tackles in the NFL, making eight straight Pro Bowls as a Bill.
Brown commanded the Offensive Line with explosive strength, and superior footwork, and has earned a reputation as one of the best to ever play the position.