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Randy Moss Asked If He's The Greatest Wide Receiver of All Time, Humbly Agrees

by Playbook 360   January 31, 2013 at 4:00PM  |  Views: 1,138


Randy Moss is not one to ever shy away from controversy, so it shouldn't be a surprise that he managed to generate some more at Media Day earlier this week. When the 49ers wide receiver was asked by a reporter if he thought he was the greatest wide receiver of all-time, Moss didn't hesitate to say yes. Naturally, it got people talking, with most if not all questioning his claim. And we're with them.

Don't get us wrong. Randy Moss is certainly one of the greatest wide receivers, if not one of the greatest players, of all time. But in nearly every category and by every measure, popular consensus will always say it's Jerry Rice. That's not a knock on Randy, who one day will likely - and deservedly - get into the Hall of Fame. It's just that Jerry Rice was on a whole other level.

Speaking of the Super Bowl, Playbook 360 this week has Lamar Woodley and Michael Boley in the studio to chat with our host Dhani Jones about their picks for the big game, what and who they think the difference makers will be, their own Super Bowl experience, and much more.

In the meantime, Lamar Woodley and Michael Boley gave us an online exclusive Real Talk segment where they discussed Ray Lewis, the recent controversy over Wes Welker's wife's comments on twitter, the most underrated player in this Sunday's game, celebrating a Super Bowl win with Snoop, and much much more.


Be sure to tune in to an all-new Playbook 360 this Saturday at 7/6c during "Independence Day" on Spike.

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