Buffalo Bills: By the Numbers


May 14, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; A general view of a Buffalo Bills helmet used during organized team activities at Bills Healthy Zone Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

So far we have looked at the Buffalo Bills players that have worn the numbers 1-9. Before we move on to number 10 and the rest of the numbers, for Easter Sunday we will take a look at some interesting facts and trivia questions regarding some numbers and the Bills.

First, which two numbers have never been worn by a Buffalo Bills player?

Answer: 0 and 00.

Both of these numbers were available until a more stringent numbering system came into play in 1973.
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Our next trivia question is; Which Buffalo Player wore the most numbers during his playing days with the Bills? How many different numbers?

Answer: DE Tom Day. Day wore 5 different numbers; 60, 64, 78, 79, 88. Day played for the Bills from 1961-66 and again in 1968. We will take a deeper look at Day when we get to one of his numbers.

Our next question is; Who is the heaviest and lightest player on the current roster for the Bills?

Answer: Cordy Glenn is the heaviest at 345# and the lightest player is Nickell Robey at 165#.

Our final question is; Who is the tallest and shortest player on the current Bills roster?

Answer: The tallest player is Erik Pears at 6’8 and the shortest player is Nickell Robey at 5’8.