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

The Buffalo Bills have had a lot of talent along the various offensive lines throughout their history. I have my opinion on who should be voted at the top, but I wanted to hear what Bills Mafia thinks collectively. So, the fans have voted, and here are your top offensive tackles in Bills' history.

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Will Wolford - Left Tackle

Will Wolford was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 1986 NFL Draft.  He was selected in the first round, 20th overall.  Unlike his teammate, Howard Ballard, he was a much higher selection but one that definitely proved he was worth the high pick.

Wolford played with the Bills for seven years, from 1986 to 1992.  He played in 102 games and started every single one.  He was voted to two Pro Bowl teams with the Bills in 1990 and 1992.  He earned a third Pro Bowl in 1995 with the Indianapolis Colts.  He joined the Colts in 1993, becoming the highest-paid offensive lineman at the time.  He played with the Colts through 1995, then signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1996 to 1998.

Wolford started every single game of his career, totaling 191 starts.   Like Ballard, Wolford was an instrumental part of those Super Bowls teams.  He and Ballard formed one of, if not the best, tackle tandem in the NFL.

Wolford played collegiately for Vanderbilt and started 33 straight games from his sophomore year through his senior year.  He was the first Commodore offensive lineman to be drafted in the first round and was inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in 2007.