So Randy Moss thinks he’s the best wide receiver ever to play in the NFL. It’s hard to imagine any self-respecting football fan not putting him second all-time, behind only Jerry Rice, but the best ever? That’s a little tougher to justify. Moss ranks second all-time in career receiving touchdowns (39 behind Rice) and third in receiving yards (behind Terrell Owens and a cool 7,000 behind Rice). When asked where he thinks he ranks during the annual Super Bowl Media Day frenzy, Moss self-glossed by explaining he doesn’t “live on numbers, he lives on impact.”
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