Buffalo Bills: All-Time passing yard leaders in franchise history

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With the Buffalo Bills entering the summer months of camp practices, here is a look at the franchise's top quarterbacks who stack up as the leader in passing yards throughout the team's history.

5. Ryan Fitzpatrick - 11,654 yards

Ryan Fitzpatrick had a lengthy NFL career spanning from 2005 until 2021. He played for nine teams during his unique span in the league and he spent four seasons with Buffalo from 2009-2012, playing in 55 games wearing a Bills uniform.

He began his play in Buffalo with 1,422 yards in eight games in 2009. However, it was not until 2010 that Fitzpatrick really turned a page and threw for 3,000 yards in 13 starts while improving his accuracy by almost two percent. He upped his best in Orchard Park once again in 2011 throwing for 3,832 yards before ending his career in Buffalo with a 3,400-yard season in 2012.

He started in 16 games for the Bills during both the 2011 and 2012 season.