This week for Tuesday Morning Bills Trivia, I am going to post facts about Buffalo Bills players that you all should know. The trick is that these will be little-known facts. I will list clues that you might not ever have heard of before. I know, you hate me, but that's okay, I'm used to it. Obligatory warnings here; no cheating, beware the false clues.
Mystery Player 1
I transferred from Western Illinois State University.
I played in six Super Bowls.
I won an "Unsung Hero" award at the NFLPA Awards Banquet in 1996.
I finished with 23 career touchdowns.
Mystery Player 2
I tied for the league lead in interceptions in just my second year.
I earned a Pro Bowl berth that same year.
I only recorded 10 more interceptions the rest of my career.
I am a member of the Bills Wall of Fame.
Mystery Player 3
I turned down a scholarship to PSU, because I didn't want to be a linebacker.
I scored 83 career touchdown in the USFL.
I was on the cover of Sports Illustrated holding a New Jersey Generals helmet.
The Bills drafted me in the third round.
Mystery Player 4
I was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals.
I started at NC State, then transferred to Tennessee.
I have a degree in Engineering.
I spent five years with the Bills before retiring.
In 1988, Bruce Smith lead the Bills in sacks with 11. What players finished second and third that year?
In 1993, the Bills returned 3 interceptions for touchdowns. Who scored them?