Aaron Schobel: One Of Few Bright Spots On the Buffalo Bills This Decade

August 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Will he or won't he?  That's been the question for a certain player for a majority of the offseason up until this past week. 
No, I'm not talking about Brett Favre.  I'm talking about Aaron Schobel, who may as well be the "Brett Favre" of defensive ends over this NFL offseason.  
Aaron Schobel said nearing the end of last season that he was considering retirement, which was a shock to some fans seeing as Schobel is only 32, likely exiting the prime of his career, but still young enough to play at a high level for a few more years.
However, when you look at Aaron Schobel's career, you see a winning player on a losing team.  
Drafted in 2001, Schobel's stats over the past decade with the Bills mark him as one of the better pass rushers in the league, logging 78 sacks, 333 tackles, two interceptions, and 26 pass deflections in 133 games.  Over Schobel's career with Buffalo, however, he only saw one winning season in his career record...

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