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  1. italian pat patriot

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    #12 Jersey

    and, last, the best WR we ever had ?

    Stanley Morgan ? Irving Fryar ? Gino Cappelletti ? Troy Brown ?

    yr top 5 list ?
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    Morgan
    Stingley
    Cappeletti
    Troy Brown
    Deion Branch
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    #18 Jersey

    1) Troy Brown
    2) Stanley Morgan
    3) Randy Vataha
    4) Gino Cappelletti
    5) Terry Glenn

    Not exactly a list of superstars, but hey. Fryar would probably be 6th, Stingley up there too.
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    Stanley Morgan....but Troy Brown will always be the guy.
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    #12 Jersey

    imho my top 7:

    1 - Stanley Morgan
    2 - Irving Fryar
    3 - Gino Cappelletti
    4 - Troy Brown
    5 - Darryl Stingley
    6 - Terry Glenn
    7 - Ben Coates (also if he was a TE...)
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    Stanley Morgan..not even close
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    Stanley Morgan. He was a class act and a great receiver.
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    Stankey Morgan Hands down.
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    Stanley Steamer. First time i've ever heard the quote. If he's even, he's leaving. Same guy said when he catches the ball you can count to 3 and if he's not down. He's probably going to score. Might have been Erhardt.
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    i agree with morgan... but, i do think it's close with brown

    they are the only two to discuss, IMO
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    Mine

    1 - Stanley Morgan - by a wide margin
    2 - Troy Brown
    3 - Gino Cappelletti
    4 - Irving Fryar
    5 - Ben Coates
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    I'm glad someone added Randy Vataha to the list. Here's my order.

    1) Stanley Morgan (without a doubt the best receiver in Patriot history).
    2) Darryl Stingley
    3) Irving Fryar
    4) Troy Brown
    5) Randy Vataha

    Ben Coats would be number 3 if TE are included
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    As much as we all love Troy Brown, and as much as he has done for this team, he is nowhere near the receiver that Stanley Morgan was.
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    Morgan has Hall of Fame states... Canton's Hall of Fame, not just the Patriots'.

    He's #1.
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    I love Troy too...but he's behind Morgan, Stingley and Fryar (by a wide margin).
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    I could be wrong but I believe the combination of Grogan to Morgan scored more touchdowns then any other combination in NFL history except Younge to Rice. I cant seem to find the stat to actually back up my claim though so i could be wrong
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    Stanley Morgan - the fastest, ulitmate deep threat!
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    It was Montana To Rice, then Young to Rice, Now it is Manning to Harrison by a large margin. I believe that you are correct though, at one time I believe it was Grogan to Morgan.
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    That sounds right. It was definitly a long time ago that I found that stat and it make sense that they were passed by the combos you mentioned
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    I'm not sure he does. However, every year we hear how Art Monk should be in the Hall but when I look at his numbers and Stanley's I always come up with Morgan as the better player - virtually identical yards per game, many more yards per catch, and more TD in 2 complete seasons less.
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