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

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4. Jack Kemp - 15,134 yards

Jack Kemp spent most of his 11-year career with the Bills from 1962 to 1969. He made waves around the professional football world during his time in Buffalo as a 6-time pro bowler in seven seasons with the team. He was an all-pro player twice in the 1965 and 1966 seasons.

During the 1965 season, he led Buffalo to a 9-3-1 record and on top of being named to first-team All-Pro, he was named as the AFL's Player of the Year by the Associated Press. That same season, he led the Bills to win their second straight AFL title in a 23-0 win over the San Diego Chargers. Kemp was named the MVP of that game and Buffalo would be the last team to repeat in the AFL until it was discontinued in 1970 when it merged with the NFL becoming the AFC.

Kemp was at the top of the AFL as one of the best quarterbacks the league saw. His all-pro talent leaves him high on Buffalo's all-time list and led the Bills with two championships to their name.

3. Josh Allen - 22,703 yards

Third on this list is the current field general for the Buffalo Bills, Josh Allen. Since getting drafted in 2018, Allen has already pushed himself into the top three on the all-time passing list and could easily see him to the number one spot when it is all said and done.

With two Pro Bowls to his name and finishing in the top five in MVP voting three times, Allen has put masterful seasons together for the Buffalo Bills. Since 2020, he has put together a 4,000+ yard season every time and has 29+ touchdown passes in each of those seasons since that time period.

He is also tied with Frank Reich currently for the third-most wins among quarterbacks in team history with 63. Ultimately, his success has led to the Bills having success with double-digit win seasons every year since 2019.