Oakland Raiders: Who Is the Greatest or Who Was a Prodigy? Ask John Madden

February 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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This article is a response to Tim Graham’s request for a discussion of who is the greatest deep threat.
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Jerry Rice: Automatically comes to mind in any receiver debate. Warren Wells: John Madden calls him one of the greatest players he coached. In 1969, Wells averaged 26.8 yards per catch with 14 touchdowns on only 42 catches. James Lofton: Averaged over 20 yards a catch five times in his Hall of Fame career. Bob Hayes: Olympic gold-medal sprinter revolutionized the game. He averaged 26.1 yards a catch in 1970 and is said to have been the reason bump-and-run coverage came to be. Willie Gault: Olympic-caliber sprinter averaged 20.0 yards a catch for his career. Harold Carmichael: At 6'8", the four-time Pro Bowler was a basketball player in cleats. All of these players are being compared to Randy Moss, who many believe to b...

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