Miami Dolphins at 50: Top 10 WRs

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No. 3 – Nat Moore

Nathaniel Moore spent 13 seasons with the Miami Dolphins and in that time accumulated 510 receptions and 7,546 yards. He tacked on 1,400 more for 8,950 all-purpose yards.

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During those 13 seasons, Moore worked with all the Dolphins’ great QBs including Bob Griese early in Moore’s career and Dan Marino during the latter stages.

Moore never broke the 1,000 yard mark, in fact he never really came all that close. In 1979, Moore had his best season with 48 receptions for 840 yards. However, Moore was productive in nearly every season he played. Of his 13 seasons, he only failed to produce over 500 yards three times.

Despite losing his starting wide receiver job to the Marks Brothers toward the end of his career, Moore still produced three seasons with over 400 yards including his 1985 campaign with 701 yards.

When Moore retired, he lead the Dolphins in receptions, yards, and touchdowns thanks in large part to his consistency and longevity. His totals now have him in the top three in franchise history to a certain dynamic duo…