The Buffalo Bills have been around over 60 years now, and are still searching for their first Super Bowl victory.
It hasn't been for lack of talent at key positions, though, and particularly at quarterback. The Bills have had some very good players under center for them over the years.
The problem has mostly been the fact that Buffalo has rarely put together a Super Bowl roster around these quarterbacks.
When looking at the history of the team, which quarterbacks come to mind as the greatest in Bills history? We're going to try and rank the top five, and a couple of spots might just surprise you.
5. Tyrod Taylor
We kick things off with one of the most efficient players in Buffalo history, with the dual threat talent of Tyrod Taylor. The former Virginia Tech standout started three seasons in Buffalo and was the Bills' starter all three of those years. He ended his Bills career with 8,857 passing yards, 51 touchdowns and just 16 interceptions.
Taylor also rushed for over 1,500 yards in those three seasons, while adding 14 touchdowns on the ground. Efficiency was Taylor's middle name, as he rarely turned the ball over. His interception percentage of 1.3 is the best of all Bills starting quarterbacks, ever.
He was a phenomenal locker room presence and leader, a fan favorite, and it's a shame the Bills weren't able to put better talent around him.
He might only come in at no. 7 on the all-time passing yardage list for the Bills, but Taylor absolutely deserves to be in the team's top five quarterbacks of all-time.