I'm going with Gary Clark. I remember watching most of these guys but Clark of had the quietest career because of playing with Art Monk and the Redskins. Gibbs didn't like his players garnering all the attention and everyone alwasy felt Monk was the better player. But when you look at their stats you soon realize that Clark did more per year than Monk. Not to take anything away from Monk, but Clark was a big time playmaker. Monk was more of the posession type with the occassional big play. I remember Monk as the inspirational player and had a knack for making the "important" play.As for the list, while Reed and Ellard had better career stats, they each played several more years than Clark.1991 was Clark's best year at 70-1340-10.
Andre Reed had the best career (WILL be a HOFer for certain) and was the better fantasy player. He had 20 more TDs than Ellard did, and was the prime read for the great Bills team. All-time leaders 1. J Rice 22895 2. T Brown 14934 3. J Lofton 14004 4. C Carter 13899 5. H Ellard 13777 6. A Reed 13198 7. S Largent 13089 8. I Fryar 12785 9. A Monk 1272110. *M Harrison 1233111. *J Smith 1228712. *I Bruce 1227813. C Joiner 1214614. M Irvin 1190415. D Maynard 1183416. *R Smith 1087717. G Clark 1085618. S Morgan 1071619. *K McCardell 1068020. *T Owens 10535Gary Clark was a big time player, I must admit. And I tell you, that Bills team that went to the SB 4 years straight would mop the floor with any team in the league today.