What's better than one past-his-prime wide receiver? The answer, of course, is two.

Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco are the latest veteran wideouts to join forces in what promises to be the most annoying duo in the history of the league.

But the career numbers of the Bengals' newest tandem (1,690 receptions, 206 TDs, 12 Pro Bowls) aren't even the most impressive among offseason pairings.

That honor goes to the newest two-headed, pass catching monster in New England. Randy Moss and Torry Holt have combined for 1,846 catches, 222 TDs and 14 Pro Bowls.

Baltimore also has put together an experienced receiving crops with the acquisition of Anquan Boldin. The former Cardinal and veteran Derrick Mason have caught 1,449 passes and 103 TDs.

But the question will be: Do these six receivers with 66 combined years in the NFL under their belts have anything left?