WIDE RECIEVER 1:
Randy Moss, Minnesota Vikings 1998-2004, Oakland Raiders 2005-2006, New England Patriots 2007-2010, Minnesota Vikings 2010, Tennessee Titans 2010, San Fransisco 49ers 2012
Randy Moss, who played for many different teams, by far had one of the two best careers as a reciever in the NFL. Randy has caught for 15,292 yards and 156 touchdowns throughout the 5 teams he played for. Randy was a focused Viking, and was honored no where else. He was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and belonged there without a doubt. Moss was selected in the first round of the draft, 21st overall. Randy Moss had been to 6 pro bowls, and won Offensive Rookie of the Year in his rookie year. Not many could beat Randy Moss if they tried.
WIDE RECIEVER 2:
Jerry Rice, San Fransisco 49ers 1985-2000, Oakland Raiders 2001-2004, Seattle Seahawks 2004, Denver Broncos 2005*
Jerry Rice, who played for mainly the San Fransisco 49ers, was a great wide reciever. Jerry caught for 22,895 yards and 197 touchdowns. His number 80 was retired with the San Fransisco 49ers and Jerry couldn't have been more honored. For one of the longest careers in the NFL and definitely one of the greatest, he deserves everything he got. Rice finished his career with 3 Super Bowl Championships, 1 Super Bowl MVP, and 4 Notable NFL records, and many more awards. * meaning that he was an offseason and/or practice squad member only.