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    Re: Best WR Duos in History

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    So I was lying in bed last night and I started thinking about some of the best WR duos that have existed through the years... (Talking their production/abilities at the given time - not ever).

    Before I post a poll, lets get some input.

    Moss/Carter:
    2 HOF WR's at different points in their career - did any other duo ever challenge these two?
    Carter retired 2nd in gol 'darnit near every stat to Rice... and Moss may be the only one to break many of those records - and he WAS that good at the same time as Carter.
    Throw in Jake Reed as the #3 and it sure was something to be seen (though I'm focusing on the 1/2 punch for this)

    Fitzgerald/Boldin:
    Are they both future HOF'ers?
    I can't think of any duo in recent years to match them....

    TO/Roy Williams:
    Both are gol 'darnit good, but I just am not ready to give Williams the credit to be there.
    Plus I'm not sure TO is at that point in his career where he's THAT gol 'darnit good.


    Rice/Taylor: Rice is the best ever...That team was dominating...

    Holt/Bruce: Greatest show on turf....

    Harrison/Wayne: great for years

    Chad Johnson/TJ Houshmanzadah (whosurmama)

    Others - please, give some input, throw some ideas in there, and I will add to the list.
    I'd have to go with Rice / Taylor.
    I always said Taylor played in Rice's shadow.
    This guy could have been a #1 any where else in tha league.
    As far as Moss goes, in my book, you can't be considered a great anything in the NFL pulling all the crap he has during his career.
    He does not give 100%, he is only good for running down the field under a ball, and he damn sure can't block anybody.
    Nope, he'll never be considered a great football p[layer in my book--NEVER!!!!!
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    Re: Best WR Duos in History

    I used to like Simon and Garfunkel,but not anymore.I am old or what
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    Re: Best WR Duos in History

    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    Don't forget Rice/TO
    At that point, hadn't Rice's skills really started to deteriorate?
    (Not positive...more curious)


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    Re: Best WR Duos in History

    Anthony Carter and Cris Carter, Vikings

    John Jefferson, Wes Chandler, Charlie Joiner, and Kellen Winslow, Sr, Chargers

    Randy Moss and Wes Welker, Patriots


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    ART Monk/Gary Clark!! - you can't leave out kats from the "posse"

    Irvin/Harper

    James Lofton/Andre Reed


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    Re: Best WR Duos in History

    I like the 95 lions duo of Herman moore and perriman....Herman moore was a lot of fun to watch.
    Peyton to Marvin is probably statistically the best.
    Carter/ Moss was awesome to watch as well...lack of a decent defense...and gary anderson missing a field goal probably cost them a super bowl, had they won the bowl...they probably would have been considered the greatest show on turf prior to holt/bruce/faulk.
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    Re: Best WR Duos in History

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    I like the 95 lions duo of Herman moore and perriman....Herman moore was a lot of fun to watch.
    Peyton to Marvin is probably statistically the best.
    Carter/ Moss was awesome to watch as well...lack of a decent defense...and gary anderson missing a field goal probably cost them a super bowl, had they won the bowl...they probably would have been considered the greatest show on turf prior to holt/bruce/faulk.
    Andersen missing the FG DID NOT cost the Vikes that game.
    They still had a 7 point lead and the defense could not make a stop when it counted and the offense couldn't get one damn first down!!!!!!!!
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    Re: Best WR Duos in History

    "Vikeman" wrote:
    "ThorSPL" wrote:
    So I was lying in bed last night and I started thinking about some of the best WR duos that have existed through the years... (Talking their production/abilities at the given time - not ever).

    Before I post a poll, lets get some input.

    Moss/Carter:
    2 HOF WR's at different points in their career - did any other duo ever challenge these two?
    Carter retired 2nd in gol 'darnit near every stat to Rice... and Moss may be the only one to break many of those records - and he WAS that good at the same time as Carter.
    Throw in Jake Reed as the #3 and it sure was something to be seen (though I'm focusing on the 1/2 punch for this)

    Fitzgerald/Boldin:
    Are they both future HOF'ers?
    I can't think of any duo in recent years to match them....

    TO/Roy Williams:
    Both are gol 'darnit good, but I just am not ready to give Williams the credit to be there.
    Plus I'm not sure TO is at that point in his career where he's THAT gol 'darnit good.


    Rice/Taylor: Rice is the best ever...That team was dominating...

    Holt/Bruce: Greatest show on turf....

    Harrison/Wayne: great for years

    Chad Johnson/TJ Houshmanzadah (whosurmama)

    Others - please, give some input, throw some ideas in there, and I will add to the list.
    I'd have to go with Rice / Taylor.
    I always said Taylor played in Rice's shadow.
    This guy could have been a #1 any where else in tha league.
    As far as Moss goes, in my book, you can't be considered a great anything in the NFL pulling all the crap he has during his career.
    He does not give 100%, he is only good for running down the field under a ball, and he damn sure can't block anybody.
    Nope, he'll never be considered a great football p[layer in my book--NEVER!!!!!
    Yeah I can't stand guys who only catch TD's.
    Randy Moss-164 games
    820rec 12808yds, 78.1yds/game, 129tds
    John Taylor 121games
    347rec 5598yds, 46.3yds/game, 43tds

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    Re: Best WR Duos in History

    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    "Vikeman" wrote:
    "ThorSPL" wrote:
    So I was lying in bed last night and I started thinking about some of the best WR duos that have existed through the years... (Talking their production/abilities at the given time - not ever).

    Before I post a poll, lets get some input.

    Moss/Carter:
    2 HOF WR's at different points in their career - did any other duo ever challenge these two?
    Carter retired 2nd in gol 'darnit near every stat to Rice... and Moss may be the only one to break many of those records - and he WAS that good at the same time as Carter.
    Throw in Jake Reed as the #3 and it sure was something to be seen (though I'm focusing on the 1/2 punch for this)

    Fitzgerald/Boldin:
    Are they both future HOF'ers?
    I can't think of any duo in recent years to match them....

    TO/Roy Williams:
    Both are gol 'darnit good, but I just am not ready to give Williams the credit to be there.
    Plus I'm not sure TO is at that point in his career where he's THAT gol 'darnit good.


    Rice/Taylor: Rice is the best ever...That team was dominating...

    Holt/Bruce: Greatest show on turf....

    Harrison/Wayne: great for years

    Chad Johnson/TJ Houshmanzadah (whosurmama)

    Others - please, give some input, throw some ideas in there, and I will add to the list.
    I'd have to go with Rice / Taylor.
    I always said Taylor played in Rice's shadow.
    This guy could have been a #1 any where else in tha league.
    As far as Moss goes, in my book, you can't be considered a great anything in the NFL pulling all the crap he has during his career.
    He does not give 100%, he is only good for running down the field under a ball, and he damn sure can't block anybody.
    Nope, he'll never be considered a great football p[layer in my book--NEVER!!!!!
    Yeah I can't stand guys who only catch TD's.
    Randy Moss-164 games
    820rec 12808yds, 78.1yds/game, 129tds
    John Taylor 121games
    347rec 5598yds, 46.3yds/game, 43tds
    I believe that was a statistical bitchslap.


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    Re: Best WR Duos in History

    if you go by numbers than we gotta put moss/welker from last year on that list. mine has to be moss/carter for obvious reasons

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