The Buffalo Bills played their first game in 1960, and although they haven't ever won a Super Bowl, they have still had plenty of good teams and players.

The Bills are the only team in NFL history to make four consecutive Super Bowls. The Bills have had 13 players and coaches who have contributed to the team and later were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

With so many key people in Bills history, it was hard to narrow it down to just a small group.

Let's look at the five greatest Bills in franchise history.

5. Steve Tasker

Including Steve Tasker on this list might be a surprise for someone, but he changed the way special teams were looked at in the NFL.

During his career as a receiver, he caught only 51 passes for 779 yards, but that isn't what he was known for. He was a speedster that did a good job as a gunner. Often times players that weren't a kicker or a returner were overlooked, but Tasker really changed that.

Tasker was a seven-time Pro Bowler and made the first team All-Pro team the same amount of times. Tasker was one of the first-star special teamers in NFL history.

4. Andre Reed

Andre Reed is the best wide receiver in Bills history. He was drafted by the Bills in the fourth round of the 1985 season.

As a rookie, Reed caught 48 passes for 637 yards and four touchdowns. He was Jim Kelly's favorite target and a big reason why the Bills made four straight Super Bowls. Reed's best season came in 1989 when he caught 88 passes for 1,312 yards and nine touchdowns.

Reed was a seven-time Pro Bowler and twice was named to the All-Pro Team. Reed was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014.

3, OJ Simpson

There is no doubt OJ Simpson has had his issues away from the football field, but when he was on the field, he was a special talent.

Simpson was selected by the Bills with the first pick of the 1969 draft, and it didn't take long until he was a superstar in the league. Four times with the Bills, Simpson was the league's rushing leader. During the 1973 season, Simpson rushed 332 times for 2,003 yards and 12 touchdowns.

He was also named to NFL's 1970s decade team and the NFL's 75th and 100th-anniversary teams. Simpson was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame.

2 Jim Kelly

Jim Kelly was a part of the 1983 draft class, one of the best ever for quarterbacks. But before joining the Bills, he played two years in the USFL with the Houston Gamblers.

In 1986, he signed with the Bills, and the rest was history. With the Bills, he led the team to 101-59 record and multiple Super Bowl appearances. Although he never could win one of the big games, that shouldn't take away from the legacy he left with the Bills.

Kelly was named to five Pro Bowls and was on the first-team All-Pro for his performance during the 1991 season. The Bills retired his No. 12 jersey.

1. Bruce Smith

Bruce Smith isn't just the best player to ever play for the Bills, he is one of the best defensive players in NFL history.

Smith played from 1985-1999 with the Bills, racking up 941 tackles, 171 sacks, and 35 forced fumbles. Smith did most of his work from a 3-4, which makes it even more impressive considering usually the linebackers make most of the plays.

Smith was named to 14 Pro Bowls and 11 All-Pro teams. The Bills retired the No. 78 to honor him. He was also elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame for his play at Virginia Tech.