Gentlemen, this quiz is all about GOATs. But we're not talking about vagabond receivers, we're talking serious franchise receivers. These are the titans that called one team their home and proceeded to rack up some serious yards.
Marc Carrier is the all-time leading receiver for the Buccaneers, with 5,018 yards and 321 catches, 27 for touchdowns.
Derrick Mason dominated for the Baltimore Ravens with 12,061 yards, 943 catches, and 66 total touchdowns. The Ravens were the franchise that drafted him.
Johnny Morris is famous among Chicago Bears. His record of 5,059 yards is unforgettable.
The inventor of the Electric Glide also managed 7,935 yards for the franchise. Moon took the Oilers aerial attack to a whole new level.
Ozzie Newsome is the greatest receiver in Cleveland Brown history. He played 198 straight games from 1978-1990.
Duper is the king of yardage for the Miami Dolphins. He managed 8,869 in his career, 26 more than Mark Clayton.
Harold Carmichael is no stranger to Philadelphia Eagles fans. He accumulated 8,978 yards for the franchise.
No one can top Amani Toomer and his legacy with the New York Giants. Toomer managed 9,497 yards. His performance in Super Bowl XLII is legendary.
Famous Cowboy Michael Irvin went in the record books for 11,904 receiving yards and 65 touchdowns. This was with 750 catches.
Don Maynard was born in 1935, and his amazing record of 11,732 yards still stands. You may not know his name, but this player was a pioneer of the sport.
Lions fans know Calvin Johnson as the franchise's all-time best receiver. All said and done, Johnson had 11,619 yards in his passing game and 83 touchdowns.
Smith had 12 pro seasons, and all with Denver. He gained 11,389 yards and snagged 849 balls in total.
Antonio Gates is a proud Chargers receiver. With 11,250 yards and counting, 903 catches and counting, and 112 touchdowns so far. He's still playing in 2017.
Tony Gonzalez seriously made the Chiefs proud. He gained 10,940 yards and 76 touchdowns for the franchise before moving to the Falcons.
Roddy White was the stuff of legend for the Atlanta Falcons. He gained 10,863 yards for the franchise and 63 touchdown grabs.
Chad Johnson is no stranger to Bengals fans. Ochocinco boasts of 10,783 receiving yards.
Stanley Morgan is a New England hero. Patriots fans take pride in his 10,352 receiving yards, which are totally unrivaled.
Donald Driver, or Double-D, is famous for his 10,137 receiving yards. He secured 743 catches and 61 touchdowns.
Marques Colston is famous for his franchise record of 9,759 yards and 72 touchdowns. Maybe he wasn't the fastest, but he could seriously complete a catch.
Art Monk was the first Redskin to top 70 catches as well as the thousand-mark in three straight seasons. He was part of the Posse with Gary Clark and Ricky Sanders.
Hines Ward is no stranger to Steelers fans. This two-time Super Bowl champ secured 12,083 yards and 85 receiving touchdowns.
Even though the franchise only started in 1995, Steve Smith joined in 2001 and started racking up the yards quickly. He secured 14,731 receiving yards in his career.
Although he started out with the Cowboys, Jimmy Smith went on to dominate wth the Jaguars. He posted 12,287 yards and 67 touchdowns.
Minnesota Vikings fans know all about Cris Carter. He was a part of the best receiving duo in league history with Randy Moss.
Steve Largent is a legend in Seattle. He posted 13,089 yards and a cool 100 touchdowns.
Andre Reed was selected for the Pro Bowl every year from 1988-1994. He was considered the top receiver in the AFC at the time.
Andre Johnson was the top receiver for the Houston Texans. He racked 13,597 receiving yards and totaled 64 receiving touchdowns.
isaac Bruce posted a whopping 14,109 yards and 84 touchdowns for the Rams. He is the all-time leading receiver for the franchise.
Larry Fitzgerald is the best receiver in Cardinals history. He already has 14,633 yards, and he's not done yet, as of 2017.
Colts fans know all about Marvin Harrison. Harrison dominated with 1,102 receptions, 14,580 yards and 128 touchdowns.
Tim Brown was the first receiver to take home the Heisman Trophy. A legendary athlete, Brown posted 1,070/14,734/99.
And we've finally reached the GOAT. Jerry Rice needs no introduction. With 19,247 receiving yards for the franchise and 22,895 career total, need we ask if he's the king?
Randy Moss was not a franchise receiver. He played for everyone! Moss posted 15,292 yards in his career.
Terrell Owens played for many different teams, but in his career he posted 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns.
Antonio Brown is considered one of the best receivers currently playing the game. With 658 catches for 8,731 yards and 51 touchdowns as of 2017, he's the man to look out for.