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Nov. 01, 2004
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SI Players Poll

Based on a survey of 354 players

Who has the best hands in the NFL?

This is an article from the Nov. 1, 2004 issue

Marvin Harrison 41%
Wide Receiver, Colts

Randy Moss 19%
Wide Receiver, Vikings

Jerry Rice 13%
Wide Receiver, Seahawks

Torry Holt 7%
Wide Receiver, Rams

FAST FACTS: Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez, who is six catches shy of 500 in his career, was only non-WR in top nine vote-getters.... Harrison is only NFL player to make more than 100 catches in four straight seasons; he did it from 1999 through 2002.

For complete results and a breakdown of the poll go to si.com/scorecard.

COLOR PHOTOCHRISTIE'S IMAGES/CORBIS (RODIN HANDS)COLOR PHOTODAMIAN STROHMEYER (HARRISON)