Buffalo Bills: Ranking the best WR duos in franchise history

ORCHARD PARK, NY - SEPTEMBER 11: Lee Evans #83 the Buffalo Bills talks with teammate Eric Moulds #80 during the game against the Houston Texans on September 11, 2005 at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. The Bills won 22-7. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
ORCHARD PARK, NY - SEPTEMBER 11: Lee Evans #83 the Buffalo Bills talks with teammate Eric Moulds #80 during the game against the Houston Texans on September 11, 2005 at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. The Bills won 22-7. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images) /
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ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 30: Andre Reed #83 of the Buffalo Bills runs with the ball after a catch against the Dallas Cowboys during Super Bowl XXVII at the Georgia Dome January 30, 1994 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Cowboys won the Super Bowl 30-13. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images) /

4. Andre Reed/Eric Moulds (1996-1999)

The next wide receiver duo on this list is Andre Reed and Eric Moulds, who played together from 1996 to 1999. While Moulds was the veteran with Lee Evans, in this pairing he is the young, first round pick and paired with Andre Reed, who was towards the end of his career at this time.

While the two receivers were on the roster for four seasons, Moulds didn’t really become a starter until 1998 and that year Moulds broke out with 1,368 receiving yards and nine touchdowns. He earned his first Pro Bowl trip that year as well.

As for Andre Reed, he started to move from being that top wide receiver in this offense to more of a complimentary piece. He still had over 100 targets but finished the year with 795 receiving yards and five touchdowns.

In 1999, Moulds continued to be the top receiver and had just under 1,000 receiving yards and seven touchdowns while Reed finished the season with 536 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown.

After the 1999 season, the Bills released Andre Reed and Eric Moulds would continue on being the top wide receiver in this offense for the next few years.