Best Buffalo Bills player to wear #9: Rian Lindell, Kicker
Rian Lindell started his career with the Seattle Seahawks and wouldn’t arrive in Buffalo until the 2003 season. He’d have his best years here, making 83.3% of his field goals in the 10 years he spent with the team. Lindell’s best season would come in 2006, where he would make 23/25 field goals and all of his extra points.
There isn’t much to talk about Lindell as he never made a Pro Bowl like his partner Moorman did. That 2006 season was probably his best chance. Another recent standout was Corey Bojorquez, a punter that recently left the team to sing with the Los Angeles Rams in the offseason. Thaddeus Lewis was another interesting candidate that got his own article on his efforts in the 2013 season.
Just take a look at the list here, and after Lindell it’s really anyone you’d want to debate that would take second place for the number 9 jersey.