VIDEO: Remembering Jerry Rice's Huge Game for the Seahawks at 42 Years Old

Max Staley
VIDEO: Remembering Jerry Rice's epic game with the Seattle Seahawks.
VIDEO: Remembering Jerry Rice's epic game with the Seattle Seahawks. / Twitter/@NFL

Jerry Rice is inarguably the greatest wide receiver in NFL history. He's pretty much tops across every possible statistical category for a wideout. While all NFL fans know the bulk of his success came with the San Francisco 49ers, he actually had a couple solid stints with the Oakland Raiders and Seattle Seahawks.

And during the final season of his career, when he was 42 years old, he enjoyed a flat-out incredible game with Seattle on Monday Night Football.

Playing against the Dallas Cowboys, Rice was flat-out unstoppable. He hauled in 8-of-9 targets for 145 yards and 1 TD. It was his best game of that 2004 campaign, by far, as he only racked up more than 60 receiving yards on one other occasion.

He didn't do much else the rest of the year, tallying just 77 receiving yards on 8 receptions over the final four games of the season. But this iconic MNF performance was proof Rice could still cook NFL secondaries.

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