The Bills' season is over but that doesn't mean it's not too late to take a look at a fun aspect of the team's history -- quarterbacks.

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Josh Allen led the Bills to the playoffs for just the second time in 20 years and surely he's on his way to climbing the ranks in all-time quarterbacks in Bills history, but has he done enough to crack the top 10 Bills QB's of all-time?

1) Jim Kelly

C'mon, obviously Kelly is number one. He led the Bills to four straight Super Bowl appearances and is a Pro Football Hall of Famer. He's also the all-time passing leader in Bills' history.

2) Joe Ferguson 

If you talk to my dad, you'll hear about Joe Ferguson. He was a Bills QB for 11 years between the '70s and early '80s and is second in Bills passing stats and wins.

3) Doug Flutie 

Flutie Magic was strong in Buffalo between 1998 and 2000. Flutie resurrected his NFL career after a phenomenal run in the Canadian Football league. He led the Bills to two playoff appearances (even if he didn't end up starting the second) and had an impressive 21-9 record as a Bills starting QB.

4) Jack Kemp

I'm far too young to have seen Jack Kemp play but he was the AFL team Bills quarterback before they joined the NFL. He led the Bills to two AFL titles.

5) Ryan Fitzpatrick

I know, Fitz never made the playoffs and had some rough games, but he embraced the city of Buffalo and didn't have as good a roster as other Bills quarterbacks. He's still playing in the NFL after 15 years and still puts up good numbers!

6) Drew Bledsoe

It's a shame the Bills never made the playoffs with Bledsoe but he had unbelievable arm talent and had some pretty high-performance games for Buffalo from 2002 to 2004.

7) Josh Allen

Josh should definitely climb this list after a few more years but he's already loved by Bills fans for his playing style and a big arm. A 10-6 record and playoff appearance after just your second year in the NFL also helps!

8) Tyrod Taylor

Tyrod Taylor broke the Bills 18-year playoff drought at the end of 2017 and was solid for the Bills from 2015 to 2017. He rarely turned the ball over and was dangerous running the ball, too.

9) Frank Reich 

Reich was never a starting QB here in Buffalo but he was a fan favorite during the Super Bowl years. He also was the starting quarterback during the greatest comeback in NFL history against the Houston Oilers!

10) Rob Johnson

Johnson wasn't a perfect player but he did have some great games for the Bills. He was wrapped up in a quarterback controversy with Doug Flutie in the late '90s.