This was a specialist-dominated “best of” jersey numbers, and it’s still interesting as to why number one has only had three players wear it since the team’s inception. Steve Christie was above and beyond anyone else who wore number 2, but if Bass can play as well as he did last season and be a career Bill, then he’ll overtake that spot.
Gogolak is the only player on this list to win a championship in his time with the Bills, and until someone else either has a bigger impact or wins a Super Bowl for the team, that won’t change for the number 3.
Number 4 was probably the lamest of the first five numbers, with a tie between a kicker and a punter. Neither of them were Hall of fame-worthy, but Kidd did put up some impressive numbers for a punter. Finally, Tyrod Taylor is probably the most remembered player out of this group for his efforts to get the team to the playoffs for the first time since the 1990s.