Jim Kelly is certainly one of the NFL's untouched extraordinary quarterbacks. He helped lead the Buffalo Bills to four straight Super Bowls in the mid 1990's, and however the group didn't win any of them, that achievement alone is deserving of a lot of acknowledgment.
Kelly was a fan top pick in Buffalo, and deservedly so. Here is a glance at five fascinating realities about this extraordinary NFL quarterback and a genuine Buffalo Bills legend.
1 - 3,000 Yard Seasons, Not A Problem
Jim Kelly had the option to collect eight 3,000 yard passing seasons during his profession in Buffalo. Through the 2009 season, the Bills as an establishment have just had thirteen 3,000 yard passing seasons in their set of experiences. The other five were finished by Joe Ferguson (twice), Doug Flutie, Drew Bledsoe, and J.P. Losman.
2 - Bring On The Jets!
The New York Jets surrendered 33 score passes to Jim Kelly during his vocation. This is more than he tossed against some other group in the association. 7m
3 - Hey Andre, Go Deep!
With 65 score gatherings tossed to him from number twelve, Andre Reed got a greater amount of Jim Kelly's score passes than some other player in the association.
4 - Double Hall Of Famer
Jim Kelly was enlisted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2002. He had likewise been recently enlisted into the University of Miami Hall of Fame in 1992.
5 - Cranking It Up Before The Half
Kelly tossed more score passes in the second quarter of the games he played in, an aggregate of 74, than he did in some other quarter of play.