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Marvin Harrison's career was shorter than any other receiver we've included in this list.
He played for 13 seasons—all but two of them alongside Peyton Manning with the Indianapolis Colts.
One of the NFL's all-time great route-runners, Harrison achieved much in his day, though he didn't have nearly the same kind of physical attributes that Randy Moss has been blessed with.
Here's how they stack up:
Regular Season Stats
| ||Games ||Starts ||Rec ||Yds ||YPC ||TDs
|Harrison ||190 ||188 ||1,102 ||14,580 ||13.2 ||128
|Moss ||218 ||193 ||982 ||15,292 ||15.6 ||156
| ||Games ||Rec ||Yds ||YPC ||TDs
|Harrison ||16 ||65 ||883 ||13.6 ||2
|Moss ||14 ||52 ||936 ||18.0 ||10
Both players participated in one Super Bowl.
Harrison hauled in five receptions for 59 yards and zero touchdowns to help the Colts win Super Bowl XLI over the Chicago Bears.
Moss caught five passes for 62 yards and one touchdown with the New England Patriots in defeat against the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII.
Pro Bowls and All-Pro Teams
- Harrison: Eight-time Pro Bowler and three-time First-Team All-Pro.
- Moss: Six-time Pro Bowler and four-time First-Team All-Pro.
Harrison was one of the NFL's best receivers of all time, but his lack of production in the playoffs really hurts him when pitted against Moss.
To have only caught two touchdown passes in 14 playoff games shows that Harrison wasn't at his finest when his team needed him the most.
Conversely, Moss' 10 touchdowns in the playoffs—including one in Super Bowl XLII—proves that he rose to the occasion and played his best in pressure situations.