Top 10 Greatest Wide Receivers to Wear #80 in NFL History


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10. Eric Moulds

A first round pick for the Bills (24th overall) in 1996, Eric Moulds was a solid threat for Buffalo, going to three Pro Bowls and being named to the Bills 50th Anniversary Team. He also put up one of the more memorable playoff games for the Bills, going for a playoff record 240 receiving yards against the Miami Dolphins, though he notably lost a fumble on the Bills’ first play, a 65-yard pass from Doug Flutie in an eventual 24-17 loss. Overall, Moulds caught 675 passes for 9,096 yards and 49 touchdowns during his time in Buffalo. Enough for the tenth and final spot as far as I am concerned. Truth be told, I could have gone with a few others guy (Andre Rison, Brett Perriman, Irving Fryar, Cris Collinsworth, Wayne Chrebet) but after a good bit of thought – Eric Moulds made the final cut. I think I made the right call.