Best NFL Wide Receivers of All Time
The Contenders: Page 4
I would put Troy Brown in the top 10, yes, the top 10. He never dropped the ball, and made every clutch play imaginable. Easily the most underrated player in NFL history. If I started a team, I would take Tom Brady first and Troy Brown second. His punt returning, defensive skills, and leadership make him one the NFL's greatest.
Huge part of all patriots championships
Has been around for a while and is one of the greatest pats ever and nfl wideoutV 1 Comment
Yards; 8,974 Dolphins all time receiver in receptions (582), and touchdowns (84)-5 time pro bowler
Not a wide receiver he's cornerback
That dude is beast boo patriotsV 15 Comments
Green bay has a great history with one of the best coaches there is and in present time the team leaders are Aaron Rodgers, Eddie lacy, Randall Cobb, Clay Mathews, and Julius Peppers and with Randall Cobb one of them shows a lot of potential by Randall Cobb
Is this a joke he should not be on this list larry is better retard
Reggie is way better than him way and they both have great QB's so yea he is betterV 7 Comments
He is better because he was a TOTW hero and Dorial green Beckham was only a 89 ovrV 4 Comments
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. - Malorian
Darrel green is one of if not the greatest corners of all time. he is the fastest player in NFL history and has more picks and tackles than Deion Sanders. a hall of fame corner with two rings, not a receiver!
He played cornerback, not receiver. Top 5 at his position, I don't think he ever lined up on offenseV 1 Comment
Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsh had 1495 yards and 17 touchdowns in a 12 game season. Ochocinco, TO and Driver never had that many yards in 16 game season; Rice and Moss never had a season where they averaged that many yards in a game. In 1951 Hirsch had the greatest season by a receiver in the history of the NFL. Find me a better season. I don't think you can. Now the question is does one season define a career? No it doesn't but he had many great seasons including the greatest of all time.V 3 Comments
Best receiver in the game today
Tall and lanky, solid and strong.V 1 Comment
Greatest receiver of all time by far. Who is Jerry Rice? He is horrible pathetic excuse for a player. Jarret is what the nfl is all about and will always be about! The Big J is the greatest player of all time.
Underrated... Size & quickness and toughness were his forte. Solid receiver who always gave 100% In today's offensive schemes would be a Wes Welker type.
The play maker of the fun bunch witch along with Ricky Sanders and Art Monk were Joe Gibbs primary weapon that sent the redskins to four super bowls.
This guy is a beast
My first name is Cooper. Amari is the bestV 3 Comments
This guy is the man. He was the go-to guy when you needed points. - Baltimore1993
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.
Fast off the line as all get out, breaking DB's ankles and tough as nails and who could forget the painted ORANGE shoes!
His announcing is worth minus 10 spotsV 2 Comments
Yah I think Golden Tate 111 should go in the top ten
His not better than Holt come on - htoutlaws2012
I think he should at least make it to the top tenV 5 Comments
Not the best of all time but 85 he made
NFL history with the first touchdown in super
Bowl history 85 come on
2nd best receiver of the 80's
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