Best NFL Wide Receivers of All Time
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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!V 3 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".
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.V 1 Comment
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
Best rookie season for a falcon in a long time!
This guy one day will be top 10 greatest of all time.
Number 3 who ever made this must have Ben high
Jesus this list is a jokeV 11 Comments
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.
pretty litV 7 Comments
For nearly ten years he was one of the top receivers in football. He was tough and fun to watch in the run and shoot offense with Warren Moon pulling the trigger
He is the Redskins All-Time Receptions Leader in a Season beating the great Art Monk.
Who dosen't like Pierre Garcon. GO REDSKINS GO!
How is it possible that Doug is down here and boldin is up like at fifty
Really good receiver scored 14 touchdowns this seasonV 4 Comments
Come on why are these 49ers people in like fifty and all these Seahawks who actually out play them are down here I mean Jerry rice I understand but smith boldin what is wrong with you peopleV 3 Comments
A very underrated receiver from 1968-83, had 579 catches and 76 td's during his career with the Rams, Eagles, Patriots, Vikings and Seahawks. When he finally retired he was in the top ten in stats for all-time receivers. Can't nobody has even mentioned his name in here.
Most NFL fans have probably don't remember or even heard of him but look up his stats throughout the 1960's when teams ran the ball instead of the pass happy league of today. Drafted by the old Chicago Cardinals in 1958 and had his best years with the St. Louis franchise. Total of 365 catches with 65 td's with an average of 16.4 yards per catch plus had more td's then any receiver during the 1960's.. That includes Raymond Berry, Paul Warfield, Charley Taylor, Gary Collins, Dave Parks, Roy Jefferson and Tommy McDonald.. Should be a candidate for the HOF.
He is my secret weapon in Madden.
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