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Unitas to Berry. The main target for John Unitas and they won a lot of Championships together.
No one ever covered him--not even close-should be in everybodies top ten.
Unitas' go to guy in the 50s and early 60s.More comments about Raymond Berry
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Use to give the Dolphins nightmares. Had some of his biggest games against them.
he is a monster. Leading his team to the superbowl this year
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he caught everything. he just was never blessed with a good team in detroit
amazing, absolutely amazing, his concistancy is phenominal and his talent to make something out of nothing, making Tony Romo look even better.
Best ever at running after the catch
HE WAS FANTASTIC FOR THE RAVENS HE HAS GREAT HANDS HE IS DEFINITELY GOING TO THE HOF GREAT WR
Yards; 8,974 Dolphins all time receiver in receptions(582), and touchdowns(84)-5 time pro bowler
He played cornerback, not receiver. Top 5 at his position, I don't think he ever lined up on offense
This is ridiculous. How could he not be in the top 51? Mushin Muhammad is above him, WHAT!? Yeah, uh, crazy.
He may not have had the best hands, but he is the fastest American football player EVER. Almost ran a 4. 00 40-yard dash. At 40 years old, he was the fastest person on his old team with a 4. 2 40. Played for the Redskins, great receiver.
If you did not vote him higher, then you did not watch him play.
In the heyday of "AirCoryell" (perhaps the greatest if not most exciting offense ever from the early 80s) Chandler, along with Joiner (Pro's pro) and Winslow (remade the TE position) was the best, game in and game out. Would have had over 2,000 yards receiving in strike shortened '82 season.
Remember him? One of most underrated receivers in N.F.L history. When John Jefferson left for Green Bay in free agency, the chargers didn't miss a beat. He was just as good as Jefferson, if not better. That, s why I'm surprised that Jefferson is on the list, and not Chandler.
Excellent route runner! Great hands, good speed. Big heart! Finish from my high school, W. O. Boston, member of my church, all in Lake Charles, LA. Attended my favorite college Grambling St ^^ one of the greatest coaches ever Coach Eddie Robinson! Also LONGEVITY! Great humanbeing!
Before Chad Johnson (Or whatever his name is these days) There was Issac Curtis. Chad Johnson has had a good career with the Bengals, but so did Eddie Brown. But Issac Curtis in my opion is the best receiver in Bengals history. Ask Ken Anderson, who also happens to be the best quarterback in Bengals history.
Fast off the line as all get out, breaking DB's ankles and tough as nails and who could forget the painted ORANGE shoes!
easily one of the fastest wr of all time i'm not saying he should be in the hall of fame or nothing like that but he was fun to watch.
Not the best of all time but 85 he made
NFL history with the first touchdown in super
Bowl history 85 come on
This guy is the man. He was the go-to guy when you needed points.
During the time that he played, I would not have traded him for any other wide receiver. He was a real go-to man. Big, fast, good hands, hard to tackle, and a very good blocker.
He was not my fist choice for someone that I thought that should have been on this list. (actually it was Wes Chandler) But lest we not forget that Morgan still holds the all time avg. per catch record, which if I'm not mistaken stands at about 21 yards a catch
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4 time pro bowler, great at running the deep route.
My favorite Vikings receiver growing up during the Tarkenton years.
Crack is an awful drug and to put Devin Hester any where on this list, you must be smoking a fair amount daily! Who's next Dante Hall. Please!
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