Poll: Best Bengals Player To Wear No. 85 In Franchise History

Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco is arguably the best wide receiver in franchise history. Completing his tenth season with the Bengals last year, Ochocinco has posted 751 receptions, 10,783 yards receiving and 66 touchdowns -- all of which are all-time receiving records in franchise history. The top five best receiving seasons in franchise history all belong to Chad, as does two of the franchise's top three best receiving games. No player has more receiving touchdowns than Chad's 66, he currently ranks second all-time in total touchdowns and his 31 100-yard receiving games is 11 more than the next player.

Chad is a six-time Pro Bowler and two-time First-Team All-Pro.

Yet, Chad wasn't the only player of significance to sport number 85 as his uniform numbers. A four-time Pro Bowler himself, receiver Isaac Curtis posted 416 receptions, 7101 yards receiving and 53 touchdowns during his 12-year career with the Bengals. While he doesn't list as high in the record books as Chad, Curtis is fifth all-time in total touchdowns (53), receptions (416) and his 7,101 yards receiving is second only to Ochocinco. Curtis holds the franchise mark for the highest yards/reception average (17.1) and third all-time with 53 receiving touchdowns. The next player that sported the most 100-yard receiving games behind Chad? Curtis with 20.

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