Another unsung hero from those Super Bowl teams for the Buffalo Bills was center Kent Hull. He stepped in as the starting center right away as a rookie in 1986 and would go on to play 170 games over the next 11 years.
Hull was incredibly durable and missed only six games total over that stretch, with four of those games coming in the 1987 season.
Aside from just being available and on the field, when he was on the field he was one of the better centers in the league. He was named to three Pro Bowls, two first-team All-Pro teams, and two second-team All-Pro teams in his career.
The individual accolades, combined with the durability over a career that spanned more than a decade, is enough to move Kent Hull ahead of Julian Edelman in terms of priority in getting into the Hall of Fame.