History approaches for Daymond Cofield. Lets take a look at his career;
Daymond was drafted 18th overall back 2022. He was a twin brother to Deion Cofield who was drafted 3rd overall to the San Francisco. Deion went to the pretigous Oregon University, Daymond got in trouble in high school and had to settle for a smaller divsion one school Bowling Green.
Daymond took over at starting halfback his rookie year and has done nothing but produce at a high level, racking up 1331 yards and 21 scores, he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year. Since that season he has gone onto produce yardage and touchdowns for the Bills. He was 37 yards shy in 2024 of hitting 1000 yards due to a knee injury in week 14. He has become a duel threat in both the running and passing game, breaking the 2000 yard from scramage total twice in a season.
After week ones game this season, the history books are ready for him, Daymond's career totals are as follows;
Career Rushing yardage 9,990, he is ten yards shy of the 10,000 yard mark. He has produced 89 rushing touchdowns. If that isn't enough, Daymond has 3,901 career receiving yards and 15 touchdowns. He has lived up to the nickname "Money".
So, were does he stack up in the long line of Buffalo Hall of Fame running backs?
1. Thuman Thomas 11,938 yards and 65 touchdowns
2. O.J. Simpson 10,183 yards and 57 touchdowns
3. Daymond Cofield 9,990 yards and 89 touchdowns.
Not too shabby, I wouldn't be surprised to see both Cofields enshrined when its all said and done. Right now, we need Daymond focused on getting wins, the stats will take care of themselves, but ten yards away and playing at home vs Titans next, it will be cool to see him earn it in front of the Mafia.