Breaking down the all-time Buffalo Bills defensive tackles as voted by Bills Mafia

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Kyle Williams (2006 - 2018)

Kyle Williams is not only a fan favorite of Bills Mafia but arguably the best defensive tackle in Bills' history. He was originally drafted by the Bills out of LSU in the 2006 NFL Draft, selecting him in the fifth round, with the 134th overall pick.

Williams played in 16 games his rookie year, starting 11 of those, and would go on to start every single game of his career after his rookie year.  He was a Buffalo Bill for 13 seasons, which included 183 career games.  He was a six-time Pro Bowl player and was a second-team All-Pro in 2010.

Kyle recorded 48.5 sacks, putting him sixth all-time on the Bills’ sack list.  He also totaled an impressive 609 combined tackles, 103 tackles for a loss, and 141 quarterback hits.  His best season came in 2013 when he had 10.5 sacks and his second-highest tackle total with 68 combined.

One of my favorite moments in Bills’ history was the video of him with his kids in the Bills’ locker room celebrating with the team as they clinched their first playoff berth in 17 years, finally ending the playoff drought.  Williams played his entire NFL career in Buffalo and will forever be one of the fan's all-time favorite players.