The panel will select 18 players on offense (including starters and backups), 18 on defense (including starters and backups), a kicker, a punter and a kick returner for a total of 39 roster spots. The 40th spot will go to the player with the highest vote total from SportsNation who was not already picked by the panel.
Wide receivers get the spotlight in Week 11. From early heroes like Max McGee and Otis Taylor to recent studs such as Jerry Rice (right) and Michael Irvin we've got it all covered, including some impressive duos: Pittsburgh's Lynn Swann and John Stallworth played in four Super Bowls together, while Rice and John Taylor teamed up in two Super Bowls for the 49ers and Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt took the field together in a pair of Super Bowls with the Rams.
Review their credentials below and vote for your top five wide receivers in Super Bowl history.
The Ultimate Super Bowl 40-Man Roster (Thursday, Jan. 26, 9 p.m. ET, ESPN)
40 Minutes That Define the Super Bowl (Thursday, Feb. 2, 9 p.m. ET, ESPN)
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