A proper Betonline review knows that the conversation about Super Bowl receivers starts and ends with one man, and then four other players jostle behind him on the list.
Rice owns most of the Super Bowl receiving records and most players that use price per head services (read more here on price per head services) know that he is the greatest receiver, possibly football player, of all time. He also won three Super Bowls and was the MVP once.
Branch was also an MVP when he caught 11 passes for 133 yards in a 2005 New England win over Philadelphia, and he won another Super Bowl as well. He is one of four players to catch 11 passes in the Super Bowl.
Stallworth played in four Super Bowls and won all four, and he owns the records for highest career average, both per catch and per game. He did play with an excellent defense, but that shouldn’t overshadow Stallworth’s accomplishments.
Taylor would get more attention if he didn’t play with Rice, but that is the way Taylor liked it. He won three Super Bowls and caught the game-winning touchdown in San Francisco’s 20-16 win over Cincinnati in 1989.
Holmes was the MVP for Pittsburgh when they defeated Arizona 27-23 in 2009, and his game-winner is one of the great catches in Super Bowl history. He continues to play the game, looking to help the New York Jets boost their sports book odds.