Ranking The 10 Best QB/WR Duo’s In The NFL

The NBA took the summer by storm when the Big 3 era ended and the duo era began, so here are the best QB-WR duo’s in the NFL for the 2019 season:

LOS ANGELES, CA – JANUARY 12: Amari Cooper #19 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates a 29 yard touchdown pass from Dak Prescott #4 in the first quarter against the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 12, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

10: Dak Prescott – Amari Cooper
Last season when the Cowboys sent an arm and a leg to Oakland for underperforming Amari Cooper, everyone was left scratching their heads, but it didn’t take long to see why they did it. Cooper and Prescott immediately clicked and showed promise for them to be a dynamic duo this season.

Dec 12, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) and receiver Keenan Allen (13) react during the game against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Chargers defeated the Broncos 27-20. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

9: Phillip Rivers – Keenan Allen
Ol’ reliable. Rivers and Allen have developed tremendous chemistry over the years and barring injury they should do much of the same again. The Chargers will be competitive as always and it will be because of these two.

8. Andy Dalton – AJ Green
Dalton and Green have forever put up huge numbers, had massively exciting comebacks, and have rewarded fantasy owners nicely. Last season wasn’t great for the Who Dey nation, but this season should be a good rebound. With Joe Mixon always being a threat to explode (no pun intended), Dalton and Green should connect explosively as well this season.

7: Tom Brady – Julian Edelman
When it comes to chemistry, there is no duo in the NFL that’s better than this one. When it comes to statistics, there are a few, which is why they are at #7 on the list. You know Edelman and Brady are going to get it done every Sunday, however, Brady does like to dish the rock around so their connecting stats won’t be as glamorous as others.

6: Aaron Rodgers – Devante Adams
Aaron Rodgers and Devante Adams have something to prove this season and with their abilities I think they will prove it. After another lackluster season by their standards, the Packers are going to look to explode this season and it should be to much of the success that these two will have together.

5: Ben Roethlisberger – JuJu Smith-Schuster
With Antonio Brown and LeVeon Bell out of the picture, one man stands to get a lot of work this season, and that man is everyones new favorite receiver, JJSS. With initials that sound like they should be on a bracelet, you may want to get them inscribed if you draft him to your fantasy team and with Big Ben giving it one probable last shot, these two should connect for big time stats.

4: Baker Mayfield – Odell Beckham Jr.
Baker Mayfield showed us last season that he was worthy of the #1 pick having had a stellar rookie season, however this season he added one of the most dynamic weapons in the NFL to his roster. With enough personality and talent to field a movie franchise, Baker and Odell should tear up every field they step on. Next year they’ll most likely be higher on the list, but with them not playing a game together yet, the best I can put them is #4.

3: Matt Ryan – Julio Jones
Julio Jones said he might mess around and get 3,000 yards this year. I almost believe him. While Jones was allergic to the end-zone last season, I expect the Falcons to bounce back this year with one of the best receivers in the league and a formidable QB in Matt Ryan. These two should be back to their 2017 form in 2019.

2: Deshaun Watson – DeAndre Hopkins
It’s argued that Hopkins has the best hands in the game and Watson is the most versitile QB in the NFL next to maybe Russell Wilson. While Watson was coming off a horrific ACL tear last season, he still had a stellar season in his “recovery” year. Hopkins is an absolute nightmare matchup and can catch almost anything. Expect this duo to exceed their already high expectations.

1: Drew Brees – Michael Thomas
This is, of course, if Thomas doesn’t hold out all season. Pay the man his fuckin’ money, Gayle. But if he does play, one of the greatest QB’s of all time and the best receiver in football are going to be on a mission more vicious than any other team after they were screwed out of a Super Bowl appearance last season. When Thomas gets his money expect these two to make the NFL pay for what they did.

Honorable Mentions: Patrick Mahomes – Tyreek Hill(I’ll be honest, they aren’t on the list because Tyreek Hill is a scumbag.) Derek Carr – Antonio Brown, Kirk Cousins – Adam Thielen, Jameis Winston – Mike Evans, Jared Goff – Brandin Cooks

Let me know what you think and how I did you over critical maniacs!


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