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Top Two Recievers in the NFL (Written July 26, 2008)

Signature SportsCorrespondent IJanuary 9, 2009

Written by Signature Sports member Certified74.

 

1. Randy Moss

Since joining New England, Randy Moss has bought that spark back into his career. As we all know, in Oakland, he was on the decline. But he has been given an future Hall-of-Fame QB.

Now that he as Tom Brady throwing him picture-perfect passes, he is a force to be reckoned with. As we all know, in Minnesota, Daunte was not the best QB, throwing poor passes to Moss, but Moss being young and fast had the ability to get the ball and still make a big play.

This past season, Randy Moss has set NFL records with QB Tom Brady. Randy seems to be at the top of his game. But having Tom Brady throwing you passes cant get better, so this Brady-Moss combo shall be a force for a more upcoming seasons.

2. Terrell Owens

Since leaving Philadelphia to join one of the NFL's most established franchises, the Dallas Cowboy, Owens has seen the end zone numerous times. It's not that often you see a wide receiver catching 28 TD passes in two years.

This Romo-Owens combination seems to provide Dallas with that threatening offence. Also, T.O. still has the speed to dominate despite his age. Even tho his attitude leaves some question marks hands down, his ability on the field is undeniable.

In the 2007-2008 season, T.O. landed fifth in receiving yards with 1,355, behind Reggie Wayne, Randy Moss, Larry Fitzgerald, and Chad Johnson.

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