Let's face it: Randy Moss and Terrell Owens are two of the best wide receivers in the history of the National Football League. That is a fact that no football fan could debate. In the same breath, Moss and Owens are two of the most mercurial, unpredictable, and self-servient players to ever grace the field. Why would players with such talent and outstanding ability go out of their way to make themselves the center of attention for the wrong reasons? Doesn't the talent of such potent stars do more talking than anything that comes out of their lips could do? Try convincing them of that. Wide receiver has always been a position that has had the "diva" title follow behind it like a lurking shadow. Receivers are responsible for making quarterbacks look good by running excellent routes, communic ...
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