12. Darryl Talley, (Off-ball) Outside Linebacker (1983 Draft)
Another player that can only be defined as a "Buffalo Bill" when talking about them, Darryl Talley, who was selected in the second round in the '83 NFL Draft, a round after a familiar name in Jim Kelly.
Talley was another player who was all over the field and also played with intensity and was one of the many leaders for the potential Bills dynasty in the early 90's. Talley would finish with over 100 tackles six times through his time with Buffalo, and would be selected to two pro bowls in 1990 and 1991.
In the 1991 season, he would record five interceptions, along with four forced fumbles, over 100 tackles, and four sacks, by far his best season as a pro.