There are now 6 completed Best Ever Polls. Here are your current winners, as VOTED by YOU in our Forum.
Best Ever 1ST ROUND DRAFT PICK: Tie between QB Sammy Baugh and CB Darrell Green
Best Ever QUARTERBACK: Sammy Baugh (50%)
Best Ever PASS RUSHER: DE Dexter Manley (79%)
Best Ever SPECIAL TEAMER: RB/KR Brian Mitchell (70%)
Best Ever RUNNING BACK: RB John Riggins (72%)
Best Ever SUPER BOWL WIN: 1987 (60%)
Now we move back into position. Next up is the Best Ever Redskins Wide receiver. To VOTE CLICK HERE
Charley Taylor. Taylor hailed from Arizona State University and was a 1st round pick of the Redskins in 1964. He played his entire career in Washington that went from 1964 through 1977. Taylor was an 8 time Pro Bowler and a 1 time All Pro. He was elected into the NFL Hall of Fame, in 1984, second ballot. During his career he had 1 1,000 yard season. Overall, Taylor in his career, Taylor caught 649 passes for 9,110 yards for an average of 14.0 yards per catch. He caught 79 touch down passes. His best season came in 1966 when he caught 72 passes for 1,119 yards and 12 touch downs.
Bobby Mitchell. Mitchell hailed from Illinois and was drafted in 1962 by the Cleveland Browns. He played for Washington from 1962 through 1968. Mitchell was a 4 time Pro Bowler and a 1 time All pro. He was inducted into the NFL Hall of fame on first ballot in 1983. During his Washington years, Mitchell caught 393 passes for 6,492 yards, averaging 16.5 yards per catch and adding 49 touch downs. For his career, Mitchell caught 521 passes for 7,954 yards, averaging 15.3 yards per catch and 65 touch downs. He had 2 season of over 1,000 yards. His best season came in 1962 where he caught 72 passes for 1,384 yards and 11 TDs, averaging a whopping 19.2 yards per catch. The next year, he caught 1436 yards for an average of 20.2.
Art Monk. Monk hailed from Syracuse and was drafted by the Redskins in the 1st round of the 1980 NFL draft. Monk is a 3 time Pro Bowler and 1 time All pro. He was inducted into the NFL Hall of fame in 2008, after years of disrespect by the media. Monk played from Washington from 1980 through 1993. With Washington, he caught 888 passes for 12,026 yards, averaging 13.5 yards per catch and 65 touch downs. Overall, Monk caught 940 passes for 12,721 yards, and68 touch downs. His best season came in 1984 where he caught 106 passes for 1,382 yards and 7 touch downs. He had 5 1,000 yard seasons.
Gary Clark. Clark hailed from James Madison University and was a second round pick in 1984. He played in Washington from 1985 through 1992. He is a 4 time Pro Bowler and 1 time All Pro. During his Washington years, Clark caught 549 passes for 8,742 yards and 58 touch downs. He averaged 15.8 yards per catch. His biggest season came in 1991 where he caught 70 passes for 1,340 yards and 10 Touch downs, averaging 19.2 yards per catch. He had 5 1,000 yard seasons.
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