Best NFL Wide Receivers of All Time
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Three touchdown receptions in the 1964 championship game where the underdog Cleveland Browns beat the Baltimore Colts 27-0. Greater than most on the list. Should be in HOF. Great punter too.
He is one of the best, next to Marques Colston.
How is it even possible the Lionel Taylor is not even on this list. During an era that if you caught 60 balls and had 800-1000 yards you were considered elite. Taylor averaged 84 receptions and 1070 yards from 1960-65. In addition he was the first ever wide receiver to catch 100 passes in a year. I am not saying he was the best of all-time but if he played for the colts or packers during that time fram he would probably be in the Hall of Fame.
Not top 150...But this guy is getting a lot better.V2 Comments
He is one of the key targets for Brett Favre and the sick catch he made in overtime
Made 9 touchdowns last season, also one in the Super Bowl each time he catches a ball he does his best to juke or break tackles just like jerry rice did
Not enough respect.. 94 is a terrible ranking for him..
He's a beast he's one the greatest and he was a big time college player
How is Thomas ranked 115th that is a crime. Since Thomas came into the league all he has done is dominate every year. Even when he had Tebow throwing to him he was putting up big numbers. Thomas is big fast strong and going to rank in the top five all-time by the the time he reitires. Unlike Moss he will block and runs every route even when he is not the primary target.
How did he get up here he is one of the best wide receivers in the league he is boss he is way better than hardline and nelson he is BOSShe should be in the top 30 the least he is fast strong and jukes like a BOSS he is so good an catches almost all the catches in the world he is a BOSS
He is amazing should be top 25 just don't look at this year's record for him.
Awesome need to be in top fiveV7 Comments
The reason for zone pass defences.
Not the greatest hands but had the biggest impact. He is HOFF for a reason.
The fastest person to ever play the game of football, and probably the only person in history who could have beaten Usain Bolt in his prime.
His anchor leg of the 4X100 Relay in the 1964 Olympics is the fastest any human being has ever run under their own power on level ground.
His hands were indeed average at best, but his speed was super-human.
Sadly, he did not have a happy "post-football" retirement life.
RIP to "The World's Fastest Human".
Great catch in the Super Bowl against the Cardinals. I think this guy is very underrated. If they would only add him a little more in the offense, then they would be a one-two punch with Ward and him. - FootballDog61V3 Comments
My favorite Vikings receiver growing up during the Tarkenton years.V1 Comment
Best rookie season for a falcon in a long time!
Better than Calvin Johnson. Sorry Calvin Johnson.
This guy one day will be top 10 greatest of all time.
Jesus this list is a jokeV11 Comments
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!V3 Comments
"If you have a problem with Keyshawn, you have a problem with yourself." - Keyshawn Johnson
KEYSHAWN ALWAYS MAKES THE AMAZING CATCHES WITH A LOT OF PRESSURE AND ALWAYS COMES THROUGHV2 Comments
He is a beast and catches dang near everything that comes his way he is strong fast has excellent hands and he can take a hit unlike chad johnson could be a starting receiver for a team but is currently playing as a second receiver behind chad johnson who he out shined big time this season
He is obliviousy one of the fastest
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