The Dirty Dozen Series - Wide Recievers

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    EMMITTnROY Well-Known Member

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    1. Chad Johnson
    2. Randy Moss
    3. Terrell Owens
    4. Marvin Harrison
    5. Torry Holt
    6. Steve Smith
    7. Santana Moss
    8. Larry Fitzgerald
    9. Anquan Boldin
    10. Chris Chambers
    11. Hines Ward
    12. Joey Galloway
  2. KD

    KD Well-Known Member

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    1. T.O.
    2. Chad Johnson
    3. Marvin Harrison
    4. Steve Smith
    5. Torry Holt
    6. Randy Moss
    7. Santana Moss
    8. Larry Fitzgerald
    9. Anquan Boldin
    10. Plaxico Burress
    11. Terry Glenn
    12. Reggie Wayne

  3. TheKey

    TheKey Faster than Felix

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    1. Chad Johnson
    2. Steve Smith
    3. TO
    4. Reggie Wayne
    5. Santana Moss
    6. Anquan Boldin
    7. Larry Fitzgerald
    8. Terry Glenn
    9. Marvin Harrison
    10. Chris Chambers
    11. Ronald Curry
    12. Matt Jones
  4. KD

    KD Well-Known Member

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    Damm no Randy Moss? He has fell off for sure, but still a top WR in the league IMO. Better than Matt Jones no question.....
  5. BigDFan5

    BigDFan5 Cowboys Make me Drink

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  6. ghst187

    ghst187 Well-Known Member

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    1) TO
    2) Chad Johnson
    3) Randy Moss
    4) Steve Smith
    5) Santana Moss
    6) Chris Chambers
    7) Anquan Boldin
    8) Larry Fitzgerald
    Tied for 9th: Terry Glenn and Marvin Harrison
    11) Reggie Wayne
    12) Joey Galloway
  7. Yakuza Rich

    Yakuza Rich Well-Known Member

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    Johnson shouldn't be #1. He's usually near the lead in dropped passes and when they really need a reception, they actually like to throw it to Houshmandzadeh since he's got great hands. Real good WR, but not #1.

    From a skill set wise, I think Owens is #1 since he really doesn't have any weaknesses except for an occasional problem with the drops. He can be effective catching short, intermediate, and deep routes. Neither Moss nor Johnson can do all of that.

    Moss is the best deep ball guy when he wants to be since he has great speed, vertical, hands, and catch the ball in closed quarters. But, he's nothing as a short route guy or a guy that is called to go over the middle. For now I'd say Johnson is better than Moss, but not as good as Owens or Steve Smith or Santana Moss.

    It'd be close, but I'd take Holt just over Harrison.

    Should be much higher. When Moss is healthy and doesn't have Paul Hackett as his O-Coordinator, he's a great WR. He basically carried that Washington offense for 3/4th's of the season. I'd take Smith over Moss as Moss is mainly a deep ball guy whereas Smith does have some short and intermediate skills.

    I'd probably put Reggie Wayne, Rod Smith and Joe Horn some consideration as well.

  8. ThreeSportStar80

    ThreeSportStar80 Benched

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    1.) Randy Moss (The guy is still the most feared weapon in the game)

    2.) T.O. (He's just so versatile...short or long pass)

    3.) Marvin Harrison (He's Mr. Consistant..enough said)

    4.) Steve Smith (Show me three years of last year)

    5.) Chad Johnson ( Young Jerry Rice possibly??)

    6.) Torry Holt ( Possibly the best hands in football)

    7.) Anquan Boldin (Does everything well for a young receiver)

    8.) Larry Fitzgerald (Mr. Big Catch throughout his career)

    9.) Santana Moss (Can he be consistant with the numbers)

    10.) Hines Ward (Toughest receiver in the game and still manages to crack 1000 yards receiving every year)

    11.) Terry Glenn (Despite the critics the guy keeps going deep)

    12.) Joey Galloway(Had a very nice year..always a deep threat)
  9. Vintage

    Vintage The Cult of Jib

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    Andre Johnson?
  10. Chocolate Lab

    Chocolate Lab Run-loving Dino

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    A couple of years ago, I thought Chad Johnson was very underrated. But now he's way, WAY overrated. No wonder players want to make a spectacle of themselves when they see all the accolades it gets players like Johnson and DeAngelo Hall.

    Anyway, my list would be

    Steve Smith
    Hines Ward
    Torry Holt
    Marvin Harrison
    Terrell Owens
    Randy Moss
    Javon Walker
    Santana Moss
    Anquan Boldin
    Chris Chambers
    Plaxico Burress
    Joe Horn
  11. Xy_Oldone

    Xy_Oldone New Member

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    Hmm. I would agree with this one more than the others. When T.O. plays a full season no one can touch him. Like him or hate him right now he is prob the best out there.

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