|01-29-2013, 09:33 PM||#11|
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Rice had an extremely long career, so he may inch close to those numbers if he holds up for another 5 seasons. Still won't be quite on that level though.
|01-29-2013, 10:21 PM||#12|
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he might be the best of all time at running downfield and grabbing a ball, but he's not the "greatest."
kiss the rings.
he's also a pretty awful teammate. he shot his way out of new england.
|01-29-2013, 11:00 PM||#13|
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Not the greatest, but his talent and athleticism is second only to this man.
|01-30-2013, 02:05 AM||#14|
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Randy Moss had all the tools to be the greatest but didn't push himself to be all he could be. Definitely he 2nd best imo.
|01-30-2013, 02:12 AM||#15|
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Randy Moss was catching passes from Daunte Culpepper for most of his career and only had an Elite HOF QB throwing to him for 3 seasons.
Plus didn't Rice played for 19 season. Of course he's going to have better numbers, save the fact that he had 2 Hall of Fame QB's for most of his career.
And to think Randy played half assed for most of his career, yet still up those numbers is astounding and really makes you think what he could have done with 100% effort all the time and an elite QB.
I think Randy is the better receiver. Screw the Rings. Rings are a team accomplishment not an individual one and Jerry Rice was just a good player on great teams.
Last edited by TheNegation; 01-30-2013 at 02:15 AM.
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