#4 – Terrell Owens, WR
I know I know, most of you are probably upset that I included the enigmatic receiver to this list but the fact of the matter is wide receiver Terrell Owens was a dominant player during his Dallas Cowboys tenure.
Put aside your feelings you have for him and think about what he was able to do. In his three years in Dallas, T.O. always put up 1,000 receiving yards, scored at least 10 touchdowns, and only missed one game due to injury. Great production for a wideout no matter how you cut it.
Owens ranks third All-Time in receiving yards and touchdowns. No matter what you think of T.O. as a person, hard work and dedication to your craft are all that should matter when deciding who deserved a championship or not.
The Hall of Fame receiver did have a memorable career but he will often be remembered for two things, his personality which made you love him or hate him and his lack of a championship.