Analysts Name Their Top 5 NFL QB-WR Duos

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Today’s NFL is all about the passing game.

Before adding that extra regular-season game, we were seeing guys breaking all kinds of passing records, because the rules and today’s game are heavily in favor of the offense.

This is why it is so important to have an elite quarterback-wide receiver tandem in today’s NFL.

With that in mind, Emmanuel Ako shares his list of the top-5 QB-WR pairings of today.

At number five, Acko chose Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs, stating that Allen’s resume speaks for itself and that Diggs has been an All-Pro-caliber player every year with the Buffalo Bills.

Then, he talked about the Philadelphia Eagles, adding that the connection between Jalen Hurts and AJ Brown was not sudden, as they also found success in the postseason, and everything they did in the regular season translated to the Super Bowl. Happened.

Unsurprisingly, Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill nodded at No. 3, saying Hill could break the single-season receiving yards record next year.

He later picked on Kirk Cousins ​​and Justin Jefferson, claiming that Kirk had done much to advance Jefferson’s career and vice versa, going as far as to say that Jefferson was one of the greatest wide receivers of all time. can go down as

Finally, Cincinnati Bengals star duo Joe Burrows and J’Mar Chase got a nod at No. 1, saying they’ll always connect when Chase is in single coverage and talking about how their connection dates back to college.

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