Cincinnati Bengals' All-Time Top 5: Wide Receivers

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3. Isaac Curtis- Curtis ranks second on the Bengals all-time receiving yards chart. He is another receiver the Bengals selected in the first-round draft pick of the 1973 draft, and that year he tallied nine touchdowns. In his career he averaged over 17 yards per reception, which is a reflection of his speed on the field.

Receptions – 416

Yards – 7,101
Touchdowns – 53

2. Carl Pickens- Pickens made an immediate impact on the Bengals offense when he was drafted in the second round of the 1992 draft. Like Eddie Brown, he went on to win the Offensive Rookie of the Year. He was known for is leaping ability, and around the end zone the QB would throw it up and make him go up and get it. His 63 career touchdowns in a Bengals uniform rank second on Bengals history.

Receptions – 530

Yards – 6,887

Touchdowns – 63

 

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