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my thoughts exactly. didnt even need to get past the 2nd post, lol.
plus, when talking about the nfl, its not like baseball in that you can go back as far as you want and its pretty much fair comparisons. anything before the superbowl era should be compared only to other things of the same era and same goes for after teh start of that era.
dunno if i made sense there....idk. but to see groups from the 50's and such on there? cmon....im sure they were great in their time with teh way the game was played but by todays standards, theres no comparison
Right, because I know every poster on this board and know when they're joking. Some people here actually think that. See guys like Incredible Draft Dude. But by all means, please keep answering questions that are specifically directed at other people.
I agree Moss and Carter were a dynamic duo, but they are also some of the most recent ones, and fresher in alot of people's minds...But I agree in hindsight when looking at both of their final numbers they would have to be ranked higher.
Originally posted by Scott Wright
I guarantee that if someone picks Cam Newton in the Top 5 they will regret it.
T.O. is merely a jerry Rice puppil. Along with others like Jerry Porter. Rice is the Greatest he was a one many wrecking machine always open, never dropped a pass.
Owens is at least going to be TOP 5 all-time in every single meaningful receiving category when he retires...That's a lot more than merely being a "puppil" (whatever that is.)
And my opinion is that Jerry Rice and John Taylor in the 80's was hands down the greatest WR duo ever...Two of the top 5 (maybe even top 3) YAC receivers of all-time on one team...While Moss alone was f'n ridiculous in 1998, a 33-year-old Cris Carter and Jake Reed don't compare to the impact Rice and John Taylor had on games in their hey-day.
Oh yeah, and Torry Holt/Isaac Bruce/Az Hakim at #2 is freakin' hilarious.