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#15 : July 03, 2010, 12:56:41 AM

Mark Carrier
Kevin House
Joey Galloway

Key's in the conversation but not better than the first two for sure. House avg'd 5 yds a catch more than Key and had the most TDs as a WR.

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#16 : July 03, 2010, 12:57:43 AM

The original poster obviously meant best WRs after Bert Emmanuel, Alvin Harper and Dexter Jackson I assume.


What? No Michael Clayton love?

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#17 : July 03, 2010, 12:59:12 AM

Top 10 I'd say

1) Joey Galloway
2) Mark Carrier
3) Kevin House
4) Keyshawn Johnson
5) Antonio Bryant
6) Bruce Hill
7) Gerald Carter
8  Morris Owens
9) Lawrence Dawsey
10) Joe Jurevicius

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#18 : July 03, 2010, 01:59:40 AM

Top 10 I'd say

1) Joey Galloway
2) Mark Carrier
3) Kevin House
4) Keyshawn Johnson
5) Antonio Bryant
6) Bruce Hill
7) Gerald Carter
8  Morris Owens
9) Lawrence Dawsey
10) Joe Jurevicius


Although he only played in Tampa for two seasons, statistically wouldn't Keenan McCardell get a spot somewhere in the top 10?

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#19 : July 03, 2010, 02:06:28 AM

KJ
Carrier
House

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#20 : July 03, 2010, 02:20:46 AM

Top 10 I'd say

1) Joey Galloway
2) Mark Carrier
3) Kevin House
4) Keyshawn Johnson
5) Antonio Bryant
6) Bruce Hill
7) Gerald Carter
8  Morris Owens
9) Lawrence Dawsey
10) Joe Jurevicius


Although he only played in Tampa for two seasons, statistically wouldn't Keenan McCardell get a spot somewhere in the top 10?

I considered that traitor at 10 but went with jj

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#21 : July 03, 2010, 04:23:03 AM

Then there is the famous pair of

Isaac Haggins and Gordon Jones

Haggins will always be famous for the ball off the helmet play that ais shown in the NFL's funniest videos.

Jones had huge hands and couldn't catch a cold.

I can still picture Doug Williams with a slumped shoulder...."how did you not catch that" look after he hit Jones on the numbers....again....and as usual, Jones dropped the ball.

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#22 : July 03, 2010, 09:37:07 AM

Horace Copeland could top this list if it weren't for the injuries.

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#23 : July 03, 2010, 10:22:26 AM

Horace Copeland could top this list if it weren't for the injuries.

I actually forgot about him.  He should be in the top 10. 

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#24 : July 03, 2010, 10:23:49 AM

Then there is the famous pair of

Isaac Haggins and Gordon Jones

Haggins will always be famous for the ball off the helmet play that ais shown in the NFL's funniest videos.

Jones had huge hands and couldn't catch a cold.

I can still picture Doug Williams with a slumped shoulder...."how did you not catch that" look after he hit Jones on the numbers....again....and as usual, Jones dropped the ball.

I remember after one game John McKay made a comment that Gordon Jones' nickname was Gordon "Too much" Jones.    Then he said "I don't know what he's too much of though."   

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#25 : July 03, 2010, 10:32:29 AM

Courtney Hawkins fits in here somewhere too.

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#26 : July 03, 2010, 11:22:36 AM

Top 10 I'd say

1) Joey Galloway
2) Mark Carrier
3) Kevin House
4) Keyshawn Johnson
5) Antonio Bryant
6) Bruce Hill
7) Gerald Carter
8  Morris Owens
9) Lawrence Dawsey
10) Joe Jurevicius



I would have put Ike Hilliard ahead of JJ (who wasn't here very long). Hiliard didn't get a lot of big plays or rack up huge yards, but the dude was money when we needed a first down. He was the master of moving the chains.

And Morris Owens?? He was the leading receiver on a 0-14 team who's 2nd best WR was the HC's son.


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#27 : July 03, 2010, 11:36:50 AM

Another good one:  Lawrence Dawsey




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#28 : July 03, 2010, 11:58:35 AM

    It's all about the ring, so I'll go with the 3 who got us over the hump to get us that ring...
KJ
KM
JJ
 
    Individually at the time they were here, none was at their peak, but all contributed at key moments in 2002; this was the best tandem of receivers we've ever had.

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#29 : July 03, 2010, 02:24:39 PM

I can still picture Doug Williams with a slumped shoulder...."how did you not catch that" look after he hit Jones on the numbers....again....and as usual, Jones dropped the ball.

Watson, was Jones our original Michael Clayton?
Just curious, what jersey # did he wear?

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