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my favorite nfl recievers

1.desean jackson 2.andre johnson 3.larry fitzgerald 4.santonio holmes 5.greg jennings 6.brandon marshall 7.reggie wayne 8.chad ochocinco 9.roddy white 10.calvin johnson


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MEGATRON!!!

MEGATRON!!!

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Dexter McCluster, Mike

Dexter McCluster, Mike Williams(Seahawks) Jacoby Ford, Santana Moss

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Aj Green all day even if he

Aj Green all day even if he is stuck on next years worst team in the league...possibly next to the Redskins. Santonio Holmes has to be number 2. Always been a fabn of Andre Johnson ever since his rookie year.

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^^Yeah, AJ Green's going to

^^Yeah, AJ Green's going to be a special player.

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This is a tough one.......

It has been Randy Moss for, well, since I have been following the NFL. He is my favorite of All-Time, though I will say Jerry Rice is still the greatest of All-Time. But, the question remains, who shall replace Randy Moss as my favorite wideout? WHO I ASK YOU!? Well, here is my list, at least for now:

1. Percy Harvin: He is the best reciever on my favorite team, and a massive gain waiting to happen. He is my current Moss replacement, though the two are radically different outside of their burner ability.

2. AJ Green: He was my favorite out of he and Julio. Julio may be more of an athlete, but this guys hands are incredible. Think he was the right pick for the Bengals, and I think he was the second best prospect in the draft after Patrick Peterson.

3. Hines Ward: He is aging, but he is a bad@ss, Definitely one my favorite players, so freaking hardcore.

4. Calvin Johnson: I will be honest, I thought he would be better than he has been. This just shows how high my expectations are, because he is probably the best WR outside of Andre Johnson. Still, I feel that his best has yet to come, because he is a total freak.

5. Jeremy Maclin: I rank him here knowing that in my heart of hearts, I probably enjoy seeing DeSean Jackson play more. My problem with DeSean is, he can be a major league idiot. The guys speed is probably second to none, I mean, watch the Shaq vs. when he burns Chris Johnson on the track. Still, I think Maclin is the more solid of the two as a complete receiver, and I have been very impressed with him in his short NFL career.

6. Greg Jennings: The guy was a complete and utter MACK last year. He is so solid, and probably will become the new generation Marvin Harrison with Aaron Rodgers at the helm.

7. Roddy White: I like how he plays the game, very rugged and very sure handed. Huge past few seasons, think he is keeping it up as long as Matt Ryan keeps it up as well.

8. DeSean Jackson: His speed is out of this world, and he breaks off big plays like nobodies business. My problem with DeSean is his penchant for making incredibly stupid and arrogant football plays. I understand being a show man, but make sure it does not screw with your teams play. He has an incredible amount of talent, just hope he puts things together.

9. Dwayne Bowe: He was pretty rad his rookie year, kind of slacked as a soph, but was a TD machine last year. Big receiver, he is definitely one to watch as a red zone threat.

10. Mike Williams (Seahawks): In college, I thought this guy was going to be a superstar. He hasn't been one, but I was really impressed with how he came back last year. I expect him to keep improving, and maybe one day turn into a semblance of what might have been.

One to watch:

Jeff Maehl, Houston Texans: Undrafted rookie, he is going to make teams pay for passing up on him. Set the combine record for the 2 cone drill, was the leading receiver on the National Runner-Up Oregon Ducks last season. The guy is a winner, and I expect him to stick around. Not only that, I think he will play well.

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1. Randy Moss- my childhood

1. Randy Moss- my childhood idol (athlete wise)...took my love for football to another level. The reason I became a WR.

2. Percy Harvin- love his versatilty in the offense. Shorter guy but with speed and power...reminds me of a rich man's version of myself when I played.

3. Andre Johnson- just goes out and plays hard.

4. Larry Fitzgerald- similar to Andre in that regard.

5. Hines Ward- LB playing WR...love his tenacity and toughness.

6. Jonathan Baldwin- PITT
7. Sidney Rice- hate to see him leave the Vikes but they never showed him faith after the injuries.

8. Megatron- Was in love with him as a prospect. Thought he was going to take the league by storm similar to Moss.

9. DeSean Jackson- plays on my Eagles and wears my favorite number. Better pay him well when he comes off the books, I know how much my Eagles hate doing that.

10. Greg Jennings- hate the packers but love his game.

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Mike Williams (Seattle) AJ

Mike Williams (Seattle)

AJ Green

Calvin Johnson

Brandon Marshall

Andre Johnson

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Dexter McCluster, Mike

Dexter McCluster, Mike Williams(Seahawks) Jacoby Ford, Santana Moss

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Part of the problem, of

Part of the problem, of course, is that unlike some of the all-time greats McGrady didn’t stay in elite shape during the NBA offseason. Like many players, he would count on being able to play himself into shape in training camp rather than staying ready during the summer, and while he was good enough to survive that way for a while, it did catch up with him fairly quickly.

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The Bobcats should have cap

The Bobcats should have cap room in July. Based on how they approached this summer’s free agency, Michael Jordan and company have shown a willingness to spend. The Bobcats will have to deal with Gerald Henderson and Byron Mullens, both are entering their qualifying offer year. They also have team options on Kemba Walker and Bismack Biyombo, which they will be picking up. In a realistic way, the Bobcats should have some room to maneuver, but unless they are willing to let Henderson and Mullens walk, they won’t have the kind of money to add a high-dollar free agent. Given how the Bobcats say they want to build, trying to land a big fish in 2013 doesn’t line up with what they are trying to do. The future franchise player in Charlotte isn’t coming from free agency, it’s either coming in trade or from the draft.

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