NFL at Home: Cris Carter ranks his ‘best hands’ receivers of all time. Former NFL wide receiver Cris Carter ranks the five wide receivers he says had the best hands of all time.
Who has the best hands in football?
Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter claims Larry Fitzgerald and DeAndre Hopkins are included among his top five players all-time with the best hands.
- Rice (No. 1, 22,895)
- Fitzgerald (No. 2, 17,083)
- Moss (No. 4, 15,292)
- Largent (No. 18, 13,089)
- Hopkins (No. 78 8,602)
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Who has the best hands in the NFL 2020?
Let’s take a closer look at four receivers with the best hands in the NFL.
- Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
- Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints.
- Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons.
- DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans.
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Who has the most drops in NFL history?
So, my guess will be the Great One himself, Jerry Rice , who had a 20 year NFL career. The NFL only started tallying “targets” to a particular receiver in 1992, but Jerry Rice *caught* 1549 passes during the course of his illustrious career.
What NFL receiver has the biggest hands?
The largest hand measurement in Combine history is 11.75 inches, and the record is shared by DeForest Buckner, Gosder Cherilus, and Mo Alie-Cox. The average male’s handspan is around 8.5 inches. Unfortunately, the NFL doesn’t measure hand length, which is another way to measure hand size.
Who has the least amount of drops in NFL history?
Larry Fitzgerald’s hands are so impressive he might have the most mind-boggling stat of any wide receiver to ever play the game. Over the course of his career, Fitzgerald has more tackles (39) than drops (29). And he’s never even played a snap on defense!
Who is the strongest WR in the NFL?
Calvin Johnson (6’5” 236 lbs) The man people call Megatron is the most physical receiver in the NFL—dare I say the most physically dominant receiver the NFL has ever seen.
Who is the best wide receiver of all time?
Jerry Rice is the undisputed No. 1 receiver in NFL history. No other wideout can touch the San Francisco 49ers legend’s career numbers.
Who is the best wide receiver in the NFL 2021?
2021 NFL Draft: Wide Receiver Rankings
Who is the best receiver in the 2020 NFL draft?
2020 NFL Draft rankings: Top 10 wide receiver prospects in elite class
- 1 / 11. This is the perfect year to need a wide receiver in the NFL Draft. …
- 02 1. CeeDee Lamb. …
- 03 2. Jerry Jeudy. …
- 04 3. Henry Ruggs III. …
- 05 4. Justin Jefferson. …
- 06 5. Tee Higgins. …
- 07 6. Denzel Mims. …
- 08 7. Laviska Shenault Jr.
Who has the most interceptions in NFL history?
Interceptions (at start of 2013 NFL Season)
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Who led the NFL in drops 2020?
Who is better moss or rice?
Rice ranks first all time in receptions (1,549), receiving yards (22,895), receiving touchdowns (197) and total touchdowns (208). … He has 126 more receptions and 5,466 more receiving yards than Larry Fitzgerald, 41 more receiving touchdowns than Moss and 33 more total touchdowns than Emmitt Smith.
Who has the smallest hands in the NFL?
1 overall pick Joe Burrow, whose hand size measured just 9 inches — the third smallest among QBs at the combine (Georgia’s Jake Fromm had the second smallest hands at 8.875 inches, Princeton’s Kevin Davidson the smallest at 8.25 inches).
How big are Odell Beckham Junior’s hands?
At the NFL combine, Beckham’s hands measured 10 inches, which is perfect for cupping an entire football. (The average male’s hand size is about 7 1/2 inches, which is perfect for wrapping around a pint glass.)
Do Wide receivers need big hands?
Receivers with large hands are generally more productive pros, unless they were not productive in college. And a WR with smaller hands that was very productive in college and did not often drop passes will not forget how to catch the ball in the NFL.