IYO, Who are the greatest NFL Wide Receivers in each teams?
Here's my list:
Baltimore Ravens: Derrick Mason
Buffalo Bills: Andre Reed
Cincinnati Bengals: Chad Johnson
Cleveland Browns: Mac Speedie
Denver Broncos: Rod Smith
Houston Texans: Andre Johnson
Indianapolis Colts: Marvin Harrison
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jimmy Smith
Kansas City Chiefs: Otis Taylor
Las Vegas Raiders: Tim Brown
Los Angeles Chargers: Lance Alworth
New England Patriots: Wes Welker
Miami Dolphins: Paul Warfield
New York Jets: Don Maynard
Pittsburgh Steelers: Hines Ward
Tennessee Titans: Charley Hennigan
Arizona Cardinals: Larry Fitzgerald
Atlanta Falcons: Julio Jones
Carolina Panthers: Steve Smith Sr.
Chicago Bears: Johnny Morris
Dallas Cowboys: Drew Pearson
Detroit Lions: Calvin Johnson
Green Bay Packers: Don Hutson
Los Angeles Rams: Torry Holt
Minnesota Vikings: Cris Carter
New Orleans Saints: Marques Colton
New York Giants: Del Shofner
Philadelphia Eagles: Harold Carmichael
San Francisco 49ers: Jerry Rice
Seattle Seahawks: Steve Largent
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mike Evans
Washington Redskins: Art Monk
Do you agree with my list? if not, who do you want to replace?
- Cu TieLv 76 months ago
I would put Lynn Swann in for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Deion Branch in for the New England Patriots.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Irvin was a much better WR than Pearson. Irvin brought a lot more to the position. His size, passion and leadership etc.
Pearson was only catching 30-40 balls a year after the 1978 rule changes. Irvin caught 111 at the same age.
If Irvin hadn't been forced to retire because of the neck injury he easily would have had 1000 catches. He was barely 33 when he retired. Rice played to 42. TO to 37. Fitzgerald is still going at 108.
- 6 months ago
Randy Moss for Patriots and Vikings, maybe Terry Glenn.
Sterling Sharpe for Hutson (LOL!)
- BobLv 76 months ago
Antonio Brown and not Hines Ward for Pittsburgh,Amari Cooper and not Del Shofner for the Giants
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- David B.Lv 76 months ago
Randy Moss-Minnesota Vikings