Best QB/RB/WR Triplet in the NFL?

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My home town bias says matt schaub, arian foster, andre johnson. Vick, lesean mccoy, and desean jackson ain't bad either
 
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just trio?

if we go trio: vick, mccoy, and desean

if we go QB-RB-WR-TE: vick, mccoy, desean and celek

if we go QB-RB-WR-WR-TE: vick, mccoy, desean, maclin and celek




the QB-WR combos who would be up there with vick and desean are all weak at RB:
Brady, Wes and ______

Manning, Wayne and _____

Rodgers, Jennings and _____

Rivers, Jackson and ____

Brees, Colston and ____ (ingram will be good i think)



Up and coming:
Freeman, blount and williams

if healthy:
stafford, calvin johnson and best

up there:
schuab, andre johnson and foster
 
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Honestly...Either Falcons or Texans. Even Packers, If Grant comes back strong this season, I believe they'll +$@@ on everybody every game.
 
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i guess i have to put the healthy tag on this group too:

romo, austin (does dez take this spot this year?) and jones
 
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Originally Posted by itsaboutthattime

just trio?

if we go trio: vick, mccoy, and desean

if we go QB-RB-WR-TE: vick, mccoy, desean and celek

if we go QB-RB-WR-WR-TE: vick, mccoy, desean, maclin and celek
 what flavor kool-aid u drinkin homie

Ryan-Turner-White-Gonzo-Julio > ______________
 
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I mean if your giving Lesean that much credit then you have to give Ryan Grant more credit 2 straight 1200 yard seasons, first year in GB was near 1k , and aside from his second season YPC have been good
 
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Originally Posted by 10508 Cardo Jr Ln

Originally Posted by itsaboutthattime

just trio?

if we go trio: vick, mccoy, and desean

if we go QB-RB-WR-TE: vick, mccoy, desean and celek

if we go QB-RB-WR-WR-TE: vick, mccoy, desean, maclin and celek
 what flavor kool-aid u drinkin homie

Ryan-Turner-White-Gonzo-Julio > ______________
kool-aid?

so the eagles don't have an abundance of talent at those positions?

i guess i'm being a homer..



  
 
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Originally Posted by FinallyFamous

McCoy, Hillis, Massaquoi


Flacco, Rice, Boldin
I agree. Furthermore imo, that Browns Trio is underrated. I'm looking to see big things from them
 

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Originally Posted by itsaboutthattime

just trio?

if we go trio: vick, mccoy, and desean

if we go QB-RB-WR-TE: vick, mccoy, desean and celek

if we go QB-RB-WR-WR-TE: vick, mccoy, desean, maclin and celek
you speak nothing but the truth even tho Maclin benefits from everyone else 

Vick said he been looking at tape on how he gave Crumpler the ball and incorporating that with Celek 
 
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Originally Posted by University of Nike

Josh Freeman, LeGarette Blount, Mike Williams.

+ Rejus, Briscoe and K2 > Maclin, Avant and Celek/ Julio, Harry Douglas?, and 35 year old Tony G/ Walter, Jones and Daniels
 
My man University of Nike always comes thru 
 
 
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Texans take the cake as far as preseason rankings go....


If you play fantasy football (which is based on statistics) then you already know Foster is a #1 RB and Johnson is the #1 WR... Schaub is a second tier quarterback but it doesn't matter when you have the top RB and WR in your trio.
 
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^ kinda flawed..


they get to play 2.5 suspect defenses for 6 games a year (i say 2.5, because it depends on your views of the titans.. but check dre's numbers vs titans and the punching bag)
 
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are we talking about Fantasy stats or winning games? If you want to talk about which trio is going to have the most success this year for wins and losses it's Vick, Jackson, McCoy in the NFC and Brady, Welker, and Woodhead/Lawfirm in the AFC.

For Fantasy stats it's probably Schaub, Foster, Johnson.

The Packers are probably the best balance of stats and wins.
 
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