Picking Terrell Owens over Jerry Rice & Randy Moss as the ‘Greatest of All Time’

February 9, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Regardless of what the pundits might have you believe, one can make a legitimate case for Terrell Owens being the greatest wide receiver in NFL history.
"No way!"—Inebriated bar-goer screaming at the television screen.
If you attempt to refute this proclamation with predictable, unsubstantiated rhetoric the likes of "He's a locker room cancer" or "He disrupts team chemistry," then expect your arguments to be shot down swiftly.
Fact of the matter is that Owens should not only be considered one of the greatest to ever play the game, Owens is the greatest to ever play the game.
Popular opinion is irrelevant—reality is what it is.
For point of debate, I'm going to compare the careers of Owens, Randy Moss and Jerry Rice.
Rice is considered by most to be the "GOAT"—but he's not.
Moss considers himself to be the "GOAT"—but he's not.
Owens anoints Rice as the "GOAT"—but he's humbly mistaken.
Prepare yourself for the sta...

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