Breaking down the all-time greatest Buffalo Bills kickers as voted by Bills Mafia

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The Buffalo Bills have had 37 players attempt at least one field goal or extra point at some point in a game throughout their history. The list of 37 players includes players from other positions such as running backs Darrell Harper and Bill Shockley, both of whom played for the Bills in 1960 and 1961.

The list also includes a quarterback, defensive ends, and even linebackers. We also have fullback Cookie Gilchrist on the list, who attempted 20 career field goals, making only eight of them. He was also 14 of 17 on extra points. Safe to say, he didn't make Bills Mafia all-time greatest kicker list here.

Some fans might recognize the name Bob Chandler. He was a wide receiver for Buffalo from 1971 to 1979 and attempted one extra point, which he made. Despite the perfect career kicking percentage, he didn't make this list either.

Scott Norwood might be one of the most famous, or maybe infamous, kickers in Buffalo Bills' history. We all know what he's most known for but he was one of the best in team history. He totaled 670 career points, third in team history. He was also an All-Pro and Pro Bowler in 1988. That year he hit 32 of 37 field goals and didn't miss any of his extra points.

Rian Lindell is number two in Bills history with 980 points. He played with the Bills for ten seasons from 2003 to 2012; however, he never earned an All-Pro nod or voted to the Pro Bowl. So, who did Bills Mafia vote as the top kickers in Bills' history?