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Old 10-05-2012, 01:23 AM   #36
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Default Re: The 5 Best QB/WR Combos

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Originally Posted by Tarik One
Because Peyton spreaded the ball around versus pressing on 1 or 2 wideouts. You already know this anyway

Rookie qbs tend to lean on reliable targets
Sure, but doesn't diminish the start Wayne and Luck have had. If anything I'm more impressed by it, new QB, new system, pretty much no other proven talent on the offense, and Wayne's still putting up ~8/100 a week at 33.

But yeah, if I'm reading it right the question is along the lines of a "you gotta win one game, pick a duo" type thing. And good as Luck is I'm not taking a rookie QB in that situation.
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