Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers
Nobody will question the fact that Jerry Rice and Randy Moss are the two greatest wide receivers in NFL history. But there’s now a debate to be had as to whether Antonio Brown should be considered the third greatest receiver of all time, given how consistently dominant he’s been for the past half-decade. Since 2013, Since 2013, Antonio Brown has caught at least 100 passes for over 1,280 yards every single season. In 2014, his 136 catches was good for the second-highest total of all time. In 2014 and 2015, he had 1,698 and 1,834 receiving yards, good for eighth place and fourth place all time, respectively. Before going down with a season-ending injury in Week 15, Brown was legitimately in the race to become the first receiver in NFL history to win the league’s MVP award.