Despite his production declining in recent years -- spotty QB play hasn't helped -- Fitzgerald remains the gold standard on this list. He is a natural pass catcher with strong hands and outstanding ball skills. Most crucially, Fitzgerald remains a sticky-fingered target with a knack for wrestling 50-50 balls away from defenders in big moments. Given the importance of consistency and reliability in the passing game, Fitzgerald's long history of snagging key receptions all over the field makes him the clear-cut winner in this debate.
Over the years, we have seen amazing catch after amazing catch. He is so incredibly good that he felt the need to apologize for the single drop he had in 2013.
Fitz' dedication and concentration is incredible. He wears gloves during games, but not during practice, according to Darren Urban. He tapes his thumbs and then uses the gloves as a hand workout after practice.
Is there anyone better than Fitz at catching the ball? Jim Harbaugh says it is Michael Crabtree. We all laugh at that.
Of course it is Fitz. We have known that for years.
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