Which 2018 Hall of Fame wide receiver is better: Randy Moss or Terrell Owens?
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Which 2018 Hall of Fame wide receiver is better: Randy Moss or Terrell Owens?

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 can boast two freakish wide receivers who absolutely dominated the league. Moss was perhaps one of the greatest athletes to play in the NFL, burning every cornerback put in front of him and racking up acrobatic catches. But Terrell Owens is second only to Jerry Rice in career receiving yards, and perhaps the last great NFL wideout to truly embrace the physical aspect of the game. Who would you want on your team? 🏈

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Jerry Rice may have a bulk of the receiving records, but Randy Moss was the greatest athlete who put on cleats. No cornerback could stay in front of him, no quarterback could out throw him and there wasn't a ball he couldn't grab with his jumping ability. He may have had an up-and-down career, but his impact is undeniable. 

Despite drawing double and triple teams, Moss still got numbers—including a record 23 touchdowns with the Patriots in 2007 and finishing with the second-most receiving touchdowns in NFL history. Any team would have been lucky to have Randy Moss.

Say what you will about his attitude, but when he was right, no one could cover 81. Owens concealed his routes well and burned defenders over and over again. He finished his career second in all-time receiving yards, behind only Jerry Rice. 

No matter where he went or who was throwing to him, Owens dominated year after year.

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