Originally Posted by Savage69
He wasn't top 10 in 1998 with Vinny throwing him the ball.. Nothing is debatable to you.. As a matter of fact in 1998 Wayne had 8 less catches 2 less tds and 48 yds less receving yds so I guess that would make him the 3 best w/r in 1998??
I am totally on the Keyshawn side of this debate. The guy played every bit as hard as Chrebet but was more talented and brought an attitude that the Jets severely lacked in the Coslet/Carroll/Kotite eras. 2 1st rounders was great value but I would never have traded Keyshawn in his prime for Abraham and Becht. They then tried to replace Keyshawn with Dedric Ward, which was a disaster, and also the reason why Richie Anderson and Curtis Martin were 1-2 in catches in 2000. Did Chrebet's numbers go up or down after Keyshawn left? Down. 1998 was the last top 10 offense this team had and Keyshawn was a huge part of it. Vinny got hurt in 1999 and Parcells retired/Key traded a year later and they never got a chance to make another run.