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Raymond Barry and Johnny Unitas perfected the two minute drill, with two feet tapping inside the side lines like a ballet dancer.

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I loved watching the Swann/Stallworth combo!
But a lot of it depended on the task.
Jerry Rice and Lance Allworth were great receivers, but for a possession receiver, there was a fellow that played on the Raiders in the '60's who mastered the art of the "toes on the sideline, falling out of bounds" catch. I just can't think of his name at the moment.

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You're probably referring to Fred Biletnikoff of the Raiders. With 22000 receiving yds and 197 touchdowns Jerry Rice is hands down the best.

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Drew Pearson, Fred Bilitnekof, and Jerry Rice.
 

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Another one for Fred Biletnikoff. There's a reason that college football names the annual best receiver award after him.
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No showboating, no diva behavior. Ran perfect routes. Just caught everything that was thrown near him.
 

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Finally someone mentioned Jerryn Rice. Rice is one of only 2 platers (not kickers) to score over 1000 points in his career. Who is the other?
 
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