There is no question that Andre Reed is the greatest wide receiver to ever put on the Buffalo Bills uniform but after Reed has to be Eric Moulds. The Buffalo Bills drafted Eric Moulds in the first round of 1996 NFL Draft and after two quiet seasons, he had a breakout season in 1998 with 1,368 receiving yards, nine touchdowns and his first of three Pro Bowl trips.
He was a consistent wide receiver in this offense no matter who the quarterback was with four seasons over 1,000 receiving yards. In the years after that 1998 breakout season, Moulds didn’t have less than 775 receiving yards in a season which speaks to how reliable he was as a pass catcher.
Moulds would end up playing 10 seasons with the Bills and finished with 9,096 receiving yards, 675 receptions, and 48 receiving touchdowns which all ranks second in the franchise behind only Reed. There is no question that Eric Moulds should be recognized as one of the best Buffalo Bills with a spot on the Wall of Fame.