NFL's best WR this season

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Who would you choose as the two All-Pro WR in the NFL?

Poll closed Nov 28, 2005.
  1. Steve Smith

    23 vote(s)
    95.8%
  2. Santana Moss

    4 vote(s)
    16.7%
  3. Joey Galloway

    1 vote(s)
    4.2%
  4. Larry Fitzgerald

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Chad Johnson

    4 vote(s)
    16.7%
  1. MorKnolle

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    Now that every team has played 9 games, who do you think will be considered the top two WR in the NFL at the end of this year to make the All-Pro team?

    Steve Smith, Carolina Panthers (7-2)
    58 catches, 937 yards, 16.2 yards per catch, 9 TD, 17 punt returns for 150 yards.
    103 catches, 1666 yards, 16 TD projected stats.

    Santana Moss, Washington Redskins (5-4)
    53 catches, 935 yards, 17.6 yards per catch, 5 TD,
    94 catches, 1662 yards, 9 TD projected stats.

    Joey Galloway, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-3)
    51 catches, 862 yards, 16.9 yards per catch, 7 TD
    91 catches, 1532 yads, 12 TD projected stats.

    Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals (2-7)
    61 catches, 854 yards, 14.0 yards per catch, 5 TD
    108 catches, 1518 yards, 9 TD projected stats.

    Chad Johnson, Cincinnati Bengals (7-2)
    53 catches, 808 yards, 15.2 yards per catch, 5 TD
    94 catches, 1436 yards, 9 TD projected stats.
     
  2. TEXANS84

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    Steve Smith, hands down. That guy is on fire.
     
  3. GoPats

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    Make that two...
     
  4. V Man

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    Steve Smith for sure, but I would have to put Hines Ward up there also. More to being a great receiver than reception numbers. Ward is probalby the best blocking WR in the league, plus he would have twice as many catches as he does now if he wasn't playing for the run happy Steelers.
     
  5. MorKnolle

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    I agree with that, but such awards are won mainly on offensive production. He has been a solid WR over the last few years and is an excellent blocker, but he wasn't anywhere near the league leader in receiving numbers so he didn't make the list.
     
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    I understand why he didn't make the list, but I just had to put in my input for him being what I figure one of the top receivers.
     
  7. MorKnolle

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    Torry Holt is another WR that would usually be at the top of the list but he also hasn't produced like normal this year mainly due to missing time with injuries.
     

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