Tony Gonzalez No. 2 In NFL’s All Time Receptions

Tony Gonzalez is now the NFL’s no. 2 all time reception holder with 1,103 catches passing Marvin Harrison and behind Jerry Rice who has  1,549. But this isn’t the only achievement Gonzalez holds. Take a look at Gonzalez’s excellent stats in the NFL.

  • Receptions in a single season for a tight end (102, 2004 season)
  • Career receiving yards for a tight end (12,209 as of December 21, 2010)
  • Career receptions for a tight end (1069 as of December 21, 2010)
  • Career receiving touchdowns for a tight end (88 as of December 21, 2010)
  • Most seasons with 1,000+ receiving yards by a tight end (4)
  • Most consecutive starts by a tight end (120)
  • Pro Bowl All-Time leader in Receptions (42)
  • Pro Bowl All-Time leader in Touchdowns (6)

There is no doubt this weekend Latinos can celebrate the record holding successes of Tony Gonzalez and Albert Pujols. Both men will forever stand at the Valhalla of sports with some of the most dominating players of all time.

washingtonpost.com

Photo from deseretnews.com   

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