Top 10 NFL Greatest Hands of All-Time:

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  1. wamfam

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    Top 10 NFL Greatest Hands of All-Time:

    10) Marvin Harrison
    9) Lynn Swann
    8) Sterling Sharpe
    7) Jerry Rice
    6) Kellen Winslow
    5) Fred Biletnikoff
    4) Larry Fitzgerald
    3) Steve Largent
    2) Raymond Berry
    1) Chris Carter
     
  2. Dopey

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    Torry Holt
     
  3. CYcoFan

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    Just Hands?

    1 Tom Waddle X 1 million then everyone else....

    [video=youtube;gRpAApFyokU]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRpAApFyokU[/video]

    No Don Meredith? No Lance Alworth?

    Easy Ed McCaffery would have to be on their too and Ricky Proehl would have to be over Holt or Bruce. Again just hands right?
     
  4. CycloneErik

    CycloneErik Well-Known Member

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    Why not put reasons for any of the ten? If you're trying to start a discussion, offer something stronger than a list that's probably copied from some other site.
     
  5. BloodyBuddy

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    Just hands - Larry Fitzgerald, that guy is ridiculous.
     
  6. CYcoFan

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    #6 CYcoFan, Feb 16, 2014
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    the only ones on your top 10 for hands are Rice, Carter, Berry and Largent. Then Tim Brown, Don Meredith, Lance Alworth, Tom Waddle, Ed McCaffery and Proehl. Thats 10


    Megatron prob has the best hands of anyone currently. Alshon Jeffery for the Bears has super soft hands but far too small of a sample size. Maybe Welker but that blankety blank is a *****


    Edit - Sterling Sharpe I would actually listen to an argument about again small sample size cause of injury
     
  7. 3TrueFans

    3TrueFans Well-Known Member

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    Mark Sanchez has a nice pair of mitts, strong, but a little feminine, very photogenic and they look really soft. I feel like he moisturizes a lot.
     
  8. wamfam

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    Maybe cuz I just wanted to get the discussion started if that's ok?
     
  9. wamfam

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    Actually it was on NFL Network.
     
  10. CYcoFan

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    I heard the Packers are gonna pick up Mark Sanchez and draft ___________________________________ and move him to Center
     
  11. ISU_phoria

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    #11 ISU_phoria, Feb 16, 2014
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    Cris Carter. Honestly, it's not even that close. Carter was pretty slow and totally avoided contact (to a fault), but nobody was really close to having hands like his.

    Just watch this - even KJ had to use his body, not CC.

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JaU7hri0iOk
     
  12. wamfam

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    And Mark Sanchez as a Packer would still beat Cutler (1-9 vs the Packers) and the Bears!!!
     
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    Tim Brown?
     
  14. CYcoFan

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    #14 CYcoFan, Feb 16, 2014
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    Yeah dependable hands Tim Brown. (Didn't he retire 3rd all time in catches? but whatever)..... I be alright taking him off the list if you must for a TE (not Winslow), maybe Ditka, Dwight Clark, Mark Bravaro, Jay Novacek, Gonzo


    Edit - Rabbuk let me guess you are so young u only remember his 15th 16th and 17th years in League and thought he played 3
     

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