1. Randy Moss, wide receiver
It’s strange to think that Randy Moss never played in a Super Bowl as a member of the Minnesota Vikings considering how freakishly dominant he was as a pass catcher during his eight seasons in purple and gold.
Moss played his first seven years in the league with the Vikings and had double-digit touchdowns in six of those seasons to go with a thousand or more yards on six campaigns. His return to Minnesota during the 2010 season didn’t result in much in terms of production, but fans sure enjoyed seeing him in purple and gold again.
During his time with the Vikings, he accumulated five Pro Bowl nods and was named to the All-Pro First Team three times. He finished his time in Minnesota with 587 catches for 9,316 yards and 92 touchdowns in just 113 games played.
Even after shifting to New England and playing with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, Moss couldn’t seem to bring home a Super Bowl ring. It’s a shame one of the most exciting receivers in NFL history ended his career without a World Championship.