Ranking of the top five new QB-WR combinations in the NFL

When we think of the most influential duo of receivers with a wide quarterback in NFLthe same few names often come to mind.

However, after a busy and unpredictable off-season, there are several new couples ready to shake things up this season.

For example, the Kansas City Chiefs shocked the sports world when they traded Tyrick Hill to Miami dolphinsand on Tennessee Titans followed by sending a star Hey Jay Brown to Philadelphia Eagles.

Which duos are the best at the moment? Marcellus Wiley and Emanuel, I think shared their best duets QB-WR on Monday’s “Speak For Yourself”.


5. Jalen hurts and Hey Jay BrownEagles

Key statistics: Hearts completed 61.3 percent of his 3,144 yards, 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions last season, while leading all quarterbacks in fast yards (784) and quick touchdowns (10).

4. Tua Tagovailoa and Tyrick HillDolphins

Key statistics: Last season, despite missing four games, Tagovailoa threw 2,653 yards and made 67.8 percent of his assists, throwing 16 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

Acho’s thoughts: “It’s going to be a huge combination in the National Football League, and I think that combination is raising the Philadelphia Eagles to the top of the division.

3. Kyler Murray and Marquise Brown, cardinals

Key statistics: During their full season of college ball together at Oklahoma (2018), Brown recorded 1,318 receiving yards in 75 catches, along with 10 TDs, and surpassed the 100-yard mark in half (six) of his games.

Acho’s thoughts: “Hollywood Brown can’t get ahead of Kyler Murray. So you want to talk about two guys who are going to be deadly together? But here’s the secret: Cliff Kingsbury was a Big 12 man … … These three amigos, they’re about to go crazy together this year. “

2. Derek Carr and Davante Adams, Raiders

Key statistics: Carr completed 68.4 percent of his 4,804 yards, 23 touchdowns and 14 interceptions last year.

Acho’s thoughts: “Derek Carr, beast. Davante Adams, beast. But I’m very intrigued by Davante Adams without Aaron Rodgers.”

1 Deshon Watson and Amari Cooper, Brown

Key statistics: Watson made 70.2 percent of his 4,823-yard and 33 touchdown passes to just seven interceptions for Houston Texas in the 2020-21 season, the last time he went on the field. Cooper made 68 catches for 865 yards and eight touchdowns for the Dallas Cowboys last season.

Acho’s thoughts: “Amary Cooper had a 1,000-yard season with Andy Dalton. Imagine what she could do with Deshon Watson.”


5. Kyler Murray and Marquise Brown, Cardinals

Key statistics: In the 46 starts of his career, Murray is 22-23-1 with a score of 93.9. He made 66.9% of his assists and scored 11,480 passes (249.6 per game), 70 touchdowns and 34 interceptions.

Wiley’s thoughts: “Not only the speed of the Marquise Brown, but also the attack of Kyler Murray in the pocket, out of the pocket, create on the move,” the coach did not design this game, but this game will still happen. “

Acho’s thoughts: “Tyreek Hill just has too much speed. He is very friendly to quarterback and whether Tua can throw the ball deep or not is irrelevant. As long as you quickly take the ball in the hands of Tyreek Hill, he will help you.”

4. Jalen Hurts and AJ Brown, Eagles

Key statistics: Brown joins the Eagles, stepping out of the season as Titans’ top successor after scoring 869 yards for admission.

Wiley’s thoughts: “I don’t give much credit to the Eagles, but I like that combination here. You have to respect a quarterback who has covered 3,000 yards and is not their quarterback coming in this season.”

3. Russell Wilson and Jerry Jedi, The Broncos

Key statistics: Wilson finished the 2021-22 season after completing 64.8% of his 3113-yard serve, 25 touchdowns and six interceptions. Jeudy made 38 catches for 467 yards in 10 games last season.

Wiley’s thoughts: “We’re talking about a special receiver who has to enter the end zone and a quarterback who has had 25 or more touchdowns (the last five seasons) going through football.”

2. Tua Tagovailoa and Tyrik Hill, Dolphins

Key statistics: Hill finished with a career-high 111 assists of 1,239 inning yards and nine touchdowns last season.

Wiley’s thoughts: “Tyrick Hill will now team up with the most efficient passer in the history of college football. … Tua is special and Tyrick Hill will get everything out of him.”

1. Derek Carr and Davante Adams, Raiders

Key statistics: Adams joined the Raiders after scoring 1,553 yards for admission, the third highest in the NFL and 11 touchdown receivers for the Green Bay Packers last season.

Wiley’s thoughts: “Derek Carr is in a division where he doesn’t get what he deserves because the division is so damn gangster.”

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