Aaron Schobel is similar to Eric Moulds in the fact that he played a position that the Buffalo Bills had arguably one of the best ever in Bruce Smith. However, the former second round pick was close to behind and even though he retired in 2009 he is still second in franchise history in sacks.
Aaron Schobel was one of the cornerstones for the Buffalo Bills defense for nearly a decade, playing nine seasons with the team from 2000 to 2009. He was a very steady, consistent player and outside of one year, 2008 when he only played five games, he had at least 6.5 sacks every year.
He was also a player that the coaching staff could count on being on the field almost every week. He only missed 11 games his entire career, all of which came during that 2008 season.
One of the things that sets Schobel apart from some of the other players on this list was that he played his entire career in Buffalo. He elected to retire after the 2010 season instead of pursuing other opportunities with other NFL teams. That level of loyalty should have absolutely been rewarded with a Super Bowl win during his time with the franchise.