No. 5 on the list Terrell Owens. Although he is a ball dropper and a ball hog, he is a talented player. He is not the most well-rounded player but gets the job done when he is needed. He has just recently been traded to the Bills and will be a good addition to the team. He went there in hope of starting over and leading the Bills to a better future record. Owens would have a higher ranking, but he is a cancer to his teams. If he could stop the complaining he would become a better receiver.
Anquin Boldin is not recieving the publicity he should because of being the Cardinals' second receiver. He is there to make those game-winning touchdowns and get the big gain on third-and-14. Overall, Boldin is a well-rounded receiver with great hands.
Wes Welker is a small but speedy receiver who gains the yards after the catch. Great hands and wheels that will make you wonder why he is so underrated, and I will tell you why ... he is short, but he doesn't let that stop him. Welker is a reciever with lots of great statistics and a great team behind him.
Randy Moss is a great reciever that rarely drops a pass. His statistics back him up 100 percent. He is out there to win and score touchdowns, and that's just what he does. He is fast, has good hands and makes game desiding catches in favor of his team. In the 2007-08 Season he set a record for most TD catches in a single season and helped the patriots to a 16-0 season.
There isn't enough you can say about Larry he is a well-rounded receiver; he makes game desiding plays and makes the perfect cuts. His routes are flawless, and he makes the huge gains after the catch, he is amazing.