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Depends what you want from a receiver. TJ Houshmandzadeh is the best possesion receiver in the NFL, he catches everything, I think he has the surest hands in the NFL. Whereas Reggie Wayne is a big play threat, vertically down the field.
Now I contest that either of these two should be referred to as "2" receivers. I view them both as a "1b" option. Wayne and Harrison have the same yardage, although in different ways. TJ is actually out-performing Chad Johnson in a large manner, he has nearly identical stats, while playing two less games!
It is TJ, his physicality and size alone gives him the edge. Better hands than Wayne (Wayne does have good hands), excellent blocker, an invaluable asset to any team in the NFL. He can grab the jump ball, whenever Carson get hit him in Stride. Reggie is always getting hit because its just Peyton. Reggie deserves all the credit, but he doesn't really have a choice, whether or not to catch those balls...
Peyton puts the balls on the money almost every time and TJ has a knack for making the more acrobatic catch. They both have hands like glue and neither of them has top notch breakaway speed. TJ is tougher with the ball in his hands and from what I see, he is more willing to go over the middle. Can't go wrong with either but I'd take TJ.