Greatest WR Ever... not named Rice

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Post#21 » by J.Kim » Mon Feb 25, 2008 8:29 am

LAKESHOW wrote:lynn swann.

end of discussion.


Let me guess, USC Alum?
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Post#22 » by studcrackers » Mon Feb 25, 2008 10:12 am

why even ask the question
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Post#23 » by LAKESHOW » Mon Feb 25, 2008 5:24 pm

dont blame harry. he asks a good question as to who is greatest behind jerry rice.

i just provided the answer.
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Post#24 » by J.Kim » Mon Feb 25, 2008 6:33 pm

LAKESHOW wrote:dont blame harry. he asks a good question as to who is greatest behind jerry rice.

i just provided the answer.


Can you give a reasoning as to why? (And not repeating rhetorics like "Superbowl rings" "Humanitarian" "Greatest human being in the world" "USC Alum" "Saved Pittsburgh")
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Post#25 » by Worm Guts » Mon Feb 25, 2008 7:02 pm

Lynn Swann isn't even the 2nd best received to come out of USC.
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Post#26 » by LAKESHOW » Mon Feb 25, 2008 7:19 pm

who said anything about USC?

his championship resume is there. just like jerry rice.

hes on one of the so-called greatest team of all time debate. just like jerry rice.

he is known as one of the greatest big game, clutch receivers in the game. just like jerry rice.

and lets face it, somebody on a "supposed" championship team this year didnt show up at all.
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Post#27 » by J.Kim » Mon Feb 25, 2008 8:37 pm

LAKESHOW wrote:who said anything about USC?

his championship resume is there. just like jerry rice.

hes on one of the so-called greatest team of all time debate. just like jerry rice.

he is known as one of the greatest big game, clutch receivers in the game. just like jerry rice.

and lets face it, somebody on a "supposed" championship team this year didnt show up at all.


So because he won a few rings, was on one of the 'greatest teams of all time' and came up big during the big games, he's automatically the second best receiver after Jerry Rice?

So by your accounts, Robert Horry should be one of the greatest players to play in the NBA?

Give me some critical insight here, don't give me the same old rhetoris that you use over and over again in your posts.
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Post#28 » by LAKESHOW » Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:09 pm

cmon JK,

"rhetoris" rhetoris? RHETORIS?

lynn swann gave the same excitement to fans and players, as someone who has a clitoris.

and this is not an attempt to be funny. no, not an attempt to be humorous.

his play was very filling. almost as if someone was full on humus.

he was very smooth, moreso than jerry rice, the way he moved and played, almost seemed effortless.

im just giving him some in depth analysis JK, not attempting to give the same 'ol rhetoris.
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Post#29 » by J.Kim » Mon Feb 25, 2008 11:36 pm

LAKESHOW wrote:cmon JK,

"rhetoris" rhetoris? RHETORIS?

lynn swann gave the same excitement to fans and players, as someone who has a clitoris.

and this is not an attempt to be funny. no, not an attempt to be humorous.

his play was very filling. almost as if someone was full on humus.

he was very smooth, moreso than jerry rice, the way he moved and played, almost seemed effortless.

im just giving him some in depth analysis JK, not attempting to give the same 'ol rhetoris.


Rhetorics.

And you're a joke. I thought your persona was mildly entertaining at first, but it's just flat out annoying now.
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Post#30 » by HitMan52 » Wed Feb 27, 2008 10:21 am

I think the second best WR of all time has to be one of:

Marvin Harrison
Terrell Owens
Randy Moss

Marvin Harrison is my personnel favorite plus he is a Super Bowl Champion so that doesnt hurt so I am going to go with him.
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Post#31 » by Harry Palmer » Fri Mar 7, 2008 10:48 pm

Not the 2nd best...imo that's Hutson or someone still active...but a guy who never gets the mention he deserves in terms of being a fantastic receiver was Warfield. Physically, he was about as complete a package as the game saw before Rice.
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Post#32 » by IrishRainbow » Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:26 pm

Harry10 wrote:-= original quote snipped =-



their has been alot of criticisms about Moss' personality, and work ethic, but one thing Moss hasn't been, is a "show me the money" guy. their has been no hold outs or straining money or contract talks, when it comes to Moss.


Not that I'm arguing your points, but I always get a laugh when Moss and money are in the same sentence.

Moss says
Straight cash homey

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