12. Torry Holt
Torry Holt doesn’t get the appreciation and recognition he deserves. A lot of that could be because he played for some bad Rams teams in the 2000s. Even in spite of that, no one had more receiving yards in the 2000s than Holt.
He had eight consecutive seasons in which he had over 1,000 yards receiving, including two seasons of over 1,600 yards and six seasons of over 1,300 yards. He was the Rams go-to receiver throughout the decade, and was as reliable as they came.
Holt led the NFL in receiving yards twice. In 2000, he was Kurt Warner’s favorite target when the Rams were still in the midst of fielding the Greatest Show on Turf. Holt had 1,635 yards that season and made the first of his seven Pro Bowls. He led the league in both catches and yards in 2003, catching 117 passes for 1,696 yards.
The definition of consistency and dominance at the wide receiver position, Holt will be in the Hall of Fame at some point. He has had to wait longer than he should have, but his day will come. He is a member of the 2000s All-Decade Team and one of the best of his era.