Favorite All-Time Dolphin WR

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Who is your favorite All-Time Dolphin WR?

  1. Mark Clayton

    23 vote(s)
    39.7%
  2. Paul Warfield

    8 vote(s)
    13.8%
  3. Mark Duper

    5 vote(s)
    8.6%
  4. Irving Fryar

    4 vote(s)
    6.9%
  5. O.J. McDuffie

    9 vote(s)
    15.5%
  6. Chris Chambers

    3 vote(s)
    5.2%
  7. Nat Moore

    4 vote(s)
    6.9%
  8. Not Sure

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Other

    1 vote(s)
    1.7%
  10. I dislike all of them

    1 vote(s)
    1.7%
  1. Steve Mo

    Steve Mo Pro Bowler

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    I would have to say Mark Clayton even though I only saw some of his high-light catches. What do you think and why?
     
  2. WharfRat

    WharfRat A True Fan

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    Paul Warfield is my favorite, so I voted for him... but I think the Marks Brothers tandem (Clayton/Duper) was the best as far as talent/productivity .... but they had Marino passing to them, while Warfield was on a team with two 1000 yrd rushers (Morris, Csonka).
     
  3. Boone

    Boone Perennial All-Pro

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    I loved watching Marino throw 300-400 yards and 3-5 TD's almost every game to Clayton & Duper! These two guys spring-boarded Marino AWESOME career! I'll vote for Clayton since he played for Louisville Cardinals back in the days...

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  4. Fresh

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    Best? Clayton/Duper.
    Favorite? I think all of yall already know..
     
  5. relive1972

    relive1972 Premium Member

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    Warfield was probably the better receiver, but the Marks brothers were my favorites. I give Clayton the edge, but Duper was awesome too.
     
  6. Muck

    Muck Now completely imaginary Hammered

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    Clayton. I always pretended to be him in the backyard. Warfield played before i was born.
     
  7. P4E

    P4E Cogito, Ergo FinFanum

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    Anyone but Mike Bass.
     
  8. Steve Mo

    Steve Mo Pro Bowler

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    I allwaays pretend I'm CC
     
  9. Marino1983

    Marino1983 Banned Hammered

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    Nat Moore but I also liked McDuffie ..... N Moore would lay it on the line and did just about ANYTHING the coaches asked him to do !! Marino1983
     
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    Marino1983 Banned Hammered

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    The best overall wr ,,,, imo he is on the team C Chambers .... He has the potential to put up J Rice type numbers !!!:D Marino1983
     
  11. Samphin

    Samphin Dolphins Homer

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    Mark Clayton was one of the most exciting players in Dolphin history. I don't think you can have Chambers on this list yet seeing how he has only been around for two years. Irving Fryar also was great. He provided one of the greatest winning catches in my personal Dolphin history against the Patriots on opening day of the mid-90's. My vote is tied with Duper/Clayton though.
     
  12. angryphin

    angryphin All hail the Big Tuna!!

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    No offense to Warfield, I voted for Clayton but my favorite even though his stay was short was Irving Fryar!
     
  13. Barbarian

    Barbarian A True Fan

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    Warfield, easily, by far and away. Averaged over 20 yards per reception in his career and averaged over 9 yards per rush.

    The guy was a scoring threat everytime he touched the ball.
     
  14. baccarat

    baccarat Adam the Quarterback

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    Even though he isn't the best in our history, I liked O.J. McDuffie.
     
  15. Sherif

    Sherif Pro Bowler

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    I like Dup. I loved seeing his big smile after a big catch. All you'd see was a huge smile and teeth.
     
  16. Surferosa

    Surferosa Run to Daylight

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    I liked Duper. He made it big before Clayton and had a cool nickname.
     
  17. Sherif

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    Cool Nickname. Super Duper.

    Chambers would be awsome with Marino getting him the ball. He could top 2000 yds.
     
  18. RHoffman

    RHoffman DOB: Get my Ring!

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    McDuffie because I know him...

    and he is a great individual as well as player.
     
  19. BLITZKRIEG

    BLITZKRIEG ~LACUNA LEGIONS~

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    These are my all-time favorite Phinz WR's....

    1. WR Mark Clayton!!!!
    2. WR Mark Duper
    3. WR Irving Fryar
    4. WR OJ McDuffie
    5. WR Chris Chambers
    6. WR Paul Warfield
    7. WR Nat Moore
    8. WR Jim "CRASH" Jensen!!!!!


    PHINZ RULE!!!!
     
  20. DrAstroZoom

    DrAstroZoom Bon vivant

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    Nat Moore was MONEY. Great work ethic. Also one of the few receivers who played both before and at the beginning of the Dan Marino era, if memory serves.
     
  21. dolphan39

    dolphan39 Maria & LauRen Aha!

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    Clayton was tough and clutch - kinda like OJ McDuffie w/big play ability. Loved the guys almost as much as Dan back in the Marks Bro's day. Statistically Warfield was the best YPC, but I'm a bit too young to appreciate him. Loved Nat Moore and Duper, too.
     
  22. Blitz

    Blitz The Big Zonk

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    Warfield is in the HOF, so he gets my vote.
     
  23. dolfan25

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    I think Clayton and Warfield are far ahead of the rest. I'm too young to remember Warfield but I've read how much of a factor that guy was.Personally I always thought Clayton was much better than Duper and more clutch. Duper had a few down years in the late '80s, might of had something to do with Coke.
     
  24. DolfanISS

    DolfanISS Perennial All-Pro

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    That's a good list I agree.
     
  25. fin-atic

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    I voted for Clayton becaus ehe is our best ever. But if I was going on LIKE, it would be Nat Moore.
     
  26. angryphin

    angryphin All hail the Big Tuna!!

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    Wow....looks like second place goes to McDuffie. Someone on this board called him a "quitter". I don't think he would have garnered that many votes if he was.
     
  27. P4E

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    Marlin Briscoe, -- not because he was a great receiver, but because racism prevented us from ever seeing how great a quarterback he could have been.
     
  28. DPlus47

    DPlus47 Out with LaMaga, in with Talita!

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    clayton could jump over a ping-pong table lengthwise and was just electric on the field. i never saw warfield play...
     
  29. MDFINFAN

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    I don't know how many of you guys saw Paul Warfield in action, but he was fantastic, his route running, the smoothness of his stride, his hands, this guy was the complete package, ask the Browns fans, who lost him to us...He's definetly has to be #1, then Mark Clayton. If any body has the super years of the dolphins in 72, 73, and 74..go look at this guy...Definetly in a class of his own.
     

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