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Old 10-03-2012, 04:32 PM   #16
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Default Re: The 5 Best QB/WR Combos

1. Matt Stafford/Calvin Johnson
2. Matt Schaub/Andre Johnson
3. Matt Ryan/Roddy White
4. Eli Manning/Hakeem Nicks
5. Andy Dalton/AJ Green

HM: Ben Roethlisberger/Mike Wallace, Aaron Rodgers/Greg Jennings

I personally believe Cutler and Marshall are ridiculously overrated. Never were that good to begin with going back to their Denver days.
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Old 10-03-2012, 05:40 PM   #17
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Stafford/Megatron and Dalton/AJ > Cutler Marshall

But not Cutler Wallace. Watching Stafford this season doesn't make me want to name him in this thread. I'd have to go with a QB that inspires confidence and Stafford isn't high up on that list. I'd rather go with Ryan/White at this point.
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1. Matt Stafford/Calvin Johnson
2. Matt Schaub/Andre Johnson
3. Matt Hasselbeck/Chris Johnson
4. Matt Ryan/Mike Johnson
5. Matt Cassel/Derrick Johnson
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Old 10-03-2012, 09:03 PM   #19
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1. Matt Stafford/Calvin Johnson
2. Matt Schaub/Andre Johnson
3. Matt Ryan/Roddy White
4. Eli Manning/Hakeem Nicks
5. Andy Dalton/AJ Green

HM: Ben Roethlisberger/Mike Wallace, Aaron Rodgers/Greg Jennings

I personally believe Cutler and Marshall are ridiculously overrated. Never were that good to begin with going back to their Denver days.

This would pretty much be my list. Before the season started, I would have definitely put Cutler/Marshall on this list, but they haven't really given me enough of a reason for being in the top 5.
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Old 10-03-2012, 10:37 PM   #20
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This would pretty much be my list. Before the season started, I would have definitely put Cutler/Marshall on this list, but they haven't really given me enough of a reason for being in the top 5.

Cutler/Marshall weren't even in my top 5 going into the season. A top 15 QB and a top 15 WR doesn't translate into a top 5 duo.
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Old 10-03-2012, 11:20 PM   #21
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Your whole "except for stats" qualifer ****ed up my Luck/Wayne argument. Because that's the only one. But seriously, it's a great one, this is the best start of Reggie Wayne's career which is pretty nuths.
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Old 10-04-2012, 02:33 AM   #23
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Cutler/Marshall weren't even in my top 5 going into the season. A top 15 QB and a top 6 WR doesn't translate into a top 5 duo.
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Old 10-04-2012, 03:19 AM   #24
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Your whole "except for stats" qualifer ****ed up my Luck/Wayne argument. Because that's the only one. But seriously, it's a great one, this is the best start of Reggie Wayne's career which is pretty nuths.

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
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1. Matt Stafford/Calvin Johnson
2. Matt Schaub/Andre Johnson
3. Matt Ryan/Roddy White
4. Eli Manning/Hakeem Nicks
5. Andy Dalton/AJ Green

HM: Ben Roethlisberger/Mike Wallace, Aaron Rodgers/Greg Jennings

I personally believe Cutler and Marshall are ridiculously overrated. Never were that good to begin with going back to their Denver days.

I'd put Matt Ryan/White above Schaub/Johnson. Ryan and White are having a better season by far.
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Seriously? LMFAO.



You're the only one on this whole board besides the one salty phins fan who doesn't see Marshall as a top 10 WR and you have nothing factual to back it up. If anything it should be LMFAO at you.
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You're the only one on this whole board besides the one salty phins fan who doesn't see Marshall as a top 10 WR and you have nothing factual to back it up. If anything it should be LMFAO at you.

1. Calvin Johnson
2. Andre Johnson
3. Larry Fitzgerald
4. AJ Green
5. Steve Smith
6. Roddy White
7. Hakeem Nicks
8. Greg Jennings
9. Mike Wallace
10. Julio Jones/Victor Cruz/Dwayne Bowe

Say LMFAO at you. I have Marshall just outside the top 10 at #12. Me being the only person on this board having this opinion doesn't prove shit and is an incredibly weak argument. Go on a REAL football forum and you'll find out what more knowledgeable fans think. Anyone who consistently leads the league in drops shouldn't be in the top 10 unless your name is Terrell Owens.
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I'd put Matt Ryan/White above Schaub/Johnson. Ryan and White are having a better season by far.

They're also having a better season than Stafford and Calvin. I'm not going by stats. I'm going by ability and Andre and Calvin just push their duos to the top.
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1. Calvin Johnson
2. Andre Johnson
3. Larry Fitzgerald
4. AJ Green
5. Steve Smith
6. Roddy White
7. Hakeem Nicks
8. Greg Jennings
9. Mike Wallace
10. Julio Jones/Victor Cruz/Dwayne Bowe

Say LMFAO at you. I have Marshall just outside the top 10 at #12. Me being the only person on this board having this opinion doesn't prove shit and is an incredibly weak argument. Go on a REAL football forum and you'll find out what more knowledgeable fans think. Anyone who consistently leads the league in drops shouldn't be in the top 10 unless your name is Terrell Owens.


So a real football forum is one where the consensus agrees with your opinion?? And its not really a weak argument. Being in the minor of a debate where its about a 7-1 ratio of people going against you it is pretty telling that you could be wrong. In this case I believe you are.


Even going by your rankings I would say its debatable that everyone after Green is interchangeable with Marshall sans Cruz, Bowe, and even Wallace.



And funny, you say only if your last name is Owens can you lead the league in drops and get away with it yet Roddy led the league in that stat just a couple seasons ago.
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