The Electric Company was the nickname of the offensive line of the Buffalo Bills during the mid-1970s that helped running back O.J. Simpson establish numerous National Football League (NFL) all-time records and earn numerous statistical titles. The nickname is sometimes more loosely used to refer to the Electric Company Offense for the Bills offensive unit or the Electric Company Buffalo Bills for the teams of this era.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Joe DeLamielleure played right offensive guard and was selected to the Pro Bowl for the 1975 Buffalo Bills-1979 Buffalo Bills. College Football Hall of Famer Reggie McKenzie, who was the left guard, was selected to the All-Pro team following the 1973 NFL season and played for the Bills from 1972-1982. Paul Seymour had been a member of the 1972 College Football All-America Team as an offensive tackle for the Michigan Wolverines after having played two season at tight end. He returned to the tight end position as a professional and became the team's starting tight end for five seasons starting in 1973. Dave Foley started at left tackle during all of Simpson's five consecutive Pro Bowl years and remained with the team through the 1977 season. Mike Montler started half the games at center in 1973 and remained the starter through the 1976 season. Right tackle Donnie Green was drafted by the Bills in the 1971 NFL Draft and remained with the Bills through 1977.
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