Marty Booker BEARS
DRAFTED: Third round in 1999, from Northeastern Louisiana
VITALS: 25, 5'11", 215 pounds
2001 NUMBERS: 78 catches, 845 yards, eight touchdowns
PROFILE: In college, converted from quarterback to wide receiver as a freshman; physical threat over the middle and has speed to go deep.
MEMORABLE GAME: In 27-24 win over the Bucs on Nov. 18, caught seven passes for 165 yards, including touchdowns of 28, 44 and 66 yards.
ONE MAN'S OPINION: "You watch tape on him, and you see he's a tough guy with excellent hands," says Falcons cornerback Ray Buchanan. "But he also plays bigger than he is and is a very deceptive route runner. What he probably does best is run after the catch. He never goes down after the first hit."
Hines Ward STEELERS
DRAFTED: Third round in 1998, from Georgia
VITALS: 25, 6 feet, 197 pounds
2001 NUMBERS: 80 catches, 862 yards, three touchdowns
PROFILE: Started games in college at wideout, quarterback and running back; lacks receiver pedigree of teammates Plaxico Burress and Troy Edwards but is Kordell Stewart's go-to guy; his speed and size are nothing special, but he's a smart player who runs precise routes; fierce blocker.
MEMORABLE GAME: Had his first 100-yard receiving day on Nov. 18 against the Jaguars, catching nine passes for 112 yards and a touchdown in 20-7 Pittsburgh win.
ONE MAN'S OPINION: "He's the complete player," says Titans coach Jeff Fisher. "He'll catch, he'll run after the catch, and he's as devastating a blocker as I have seen play in the NFL in a number of years. Just ask defensive backs around the league."