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[post_page_title]Randy Moss[/post_page_title]
One of the most dominant forces to ever run routes at the NFL level, Moss consistently used his size/speed combination to win battles against defenders. Toward the twilight of Cris Carter’s career, the Vikings drafted Moss 21st overall in the 1998 draft. He immediately rewarded them by setting a new rookie record 17 touchdown catches, as well as 1,313 receiving yards. In 2007, he broke the single-season record with 23 touchdown receptions. Moss went on to have one of the best careers for a wideout. His 156 touchdowns still place him second on the all-time list, while his 15,292 career receiving yards are fourth best in NFL history.

Randy Moss

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