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Why Herman Moore Should Replace Michael Irvin on 1990s All-Decade Team

Article By on 28th June, 2009

... win, or how many Super Bowl rings they have.

And that is a big mistake.

To truly evaluate someone and compare them to another player, one must first look at their stats, as well as their surroundings and the characteristics that make a good player at that position.  At the wide-receiver position, the player must have a good combination of size and speed, as well as the ability to come through in the clutch.  

Wide receivers must also have the ability to come over the middle of the field and withstand hits by the defensive backs, and they must have good hands and be able to consistently catch a good number of passes every week of the season.

A good receiver must be able to use their size/speed every week of the s...

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