Top 15 greatest draft picks in Buffalo Bills history

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10. Kyle Williams, Defensive Tackle (2006 Draft)

Kyle Williams is a fan favorite to many Bills fans and for good reason. Williams was drafted in the fifth round and greatly exceeded expectations during his career. Williams was always known as a leader, an intense player in-game, and a loyal player to the Bills organization.

Ever since the day Williams was drafted, he played with a chip on his shoulder. He's a defensive tackle that plays to the whistle, and his tackle totals will show that. In his rookie year, starting in just 11 games, he would finish the season with 53 combined tackles, which is rare for a defensive tackle who's even started all 16 games.

Williams would improve as the years went on. He would finally be recognized around the NFL in 2010, where he would be selected to a Pro Bowl and Second-Team All-Pro, both for the first time in his career. 2013 would be his best statistical season, where Williams would finish the season with 10.5 sacks, 14 TFLs and 68 total tackles, and be selected to another Pro Bowl.

Williams was in the NFL for 12 whole years, only missed a full 25 games, made 6 pro bowls, one Second-Team All-Pro, and only played for Buffalo during his career.

For what Williams has done for Buffalo, I'm sure many can say that he's greatly exceeded expectations through his whole career.