For 20 years, Jerry Rice dominated as an NFL wide receiver, and many football insiders argue that he was the sport's greatest player. He seemed to be able to do it all. He could catch short or long passes, and he could turn short passes into long gains. Rice played in four Super Bowls; his teams won three, and he was named Super Bowl MVP once. He set records, too: He held 38 NFL records when he retired. Perhaps the most amazing aspect of Rice's career was his incredible consistency. He averaged 77 catches a season for 20 years, and he caught passes in a mind-boggling 274 consecutive games. Most in the game agree that Rice will be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2010, the first year he becomes eligible.