Terrell Owens and Randy Moss are in the top 10 all-time in Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving Touch Downs, Receiving Yards Per Game. They are tied for second all-time in Receiving Touch Downs at 153 as of December 12th 2010.
The NFL network compiled a list of the 100 Greatest Players to play in the NFL. Randy Moss was number 65, Owens was not on the list. He's second all-time in Receiving Yards and Receiving Touch Downs and he wasn't on the list.
This major snub leads one to ask, what is the criteria for greatness? Is it what a player does on the field? Is it a combination of what a player does on the field and off the field? Or is it whether or not the sports writers and "experts" like a player that makes him great?
This was not the 100 Greatest teammates award, was it? I hesitate to write those words in the same article in which Owens is mentioned. Randy Moss has not been a model citizen either, but he's on the list.
The following is five reasons why Terrell Owens is a better player than Randy Moss.