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NFL Power Rankings: 30 Best Wide Receivers of All-Time

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Aug 9, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions fans Nick Margo (left) and Ed Griswold (right) pose before a preseason game against the New York Jets at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

28. Herman Moore, Detroit Lions: 55 Points

Barry Sanders wasn’t Detroit’s only dominant offensive player in the 1990s. OK, Herman Moore wasn’t quite on Sanders’ level, but he still put together a pretty good career in the Metro City. Despite not having much from the quarterback position Moore was able to post some great numbers. In fact from 1994-97 he was definitely one of the NFL’s most dominant receivers.

Twice he led the NFL in receptions, but despite big seasons never led the league in receiving touchdowns or receptions. From 1994-97 he was named to the Pro Bowl in each season (his ‘only’ four 1000-yard receiving years) and was named First Team All-Pro an impressive three times. In other years of his career he was still productive, but for that short period of time he really was a force to be reckoned with.

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