8. Eric Moulds, Wide Receiver (1996 Draft)
Eric Moulds had a very slow start to his career, as he would play in only 13 games in two years and just barely break 500 receiving yards as well.
When 1998 rolled around, Moulds took the league by storm, as he would break the then Bills franchise record for receiving yards in a season with 1,368, along with nine touchdowns, which would be broken by Stefon Diggs in 2020.
Moulds was set to take over for an aging Andre Reed, as Moulds proved to be one of the best receivers that the Bills have ever had. He would have four seasons with at least 1,000 receiving yards, to which all of those yards with Buffalo totaled up to over 9,000, along with 84 receiving touchdowns.
Moulds would finish his career with Buffalo with two Second-Team All-Pro selections, and four pro bowls.