14. Jim Kelly, 1983, Bills
In the never-ending feud between quarterbacks and cornerbacks, we’ve chosen the quarterback Kelly over the cornerback Darrelle Revis as the best no. 14 pick of all-time. Of course, Kelly initially played with the Houston Gamblers of the USFL before coming to Buffalo, a place he didn’t want to end up heading into the 1983 Draft.
However, all is well that ends well, almost. Kelly would lead the Bills to four straight Super Bowls, albeit four losses. Nevertheless, he became a Hall of Famer and a Bills legend during his 11 seasons in Buffalo and remains one of the most revered quarterbacks of his generation.