27 Mar 2008
Kudos to ESPN's Mike Sando for putting together a thoughtful-and thorough-look at the top ten wide receivers in history. While it's no surprise to see Jerry Rice at the top of the list, it's interesting to see that there was very little unanimity of opinion regarding the other nine guys. It's also refreshing to see the effect that Moss' rebound season has had on his perception, as there was some (misplaced) debate as to whether or not he was even a Hall of Fame candidate while he was moldering away in Oakland.
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Stomping the Jags leaves Washington No. 2 behind only Denver. But what can we really learn from one big win early in the season, before we are applying opponent adjustments?