Top AFC REceving tandems(NFL.com)

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  1. MasterC25

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    Which of these AFC receiver tandems will produce the most yards in 2006?

    Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne

    Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh

    Randy Moss and Jerry Porter

    Andre Johnson and Eric Moulds

    or if there is other tandems not mention then feel free to add I think it will be the colts tandem because of constitency playing with each other, but I still am keeping my eyes on our own of Johnson and Moulds.
     
  2. BeReal

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    It would be a close race between Harrison/Wayne and Johnson/Houshmandzadeh (Depending on if Carson Palmer is at full strength) IMO.
     
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    I'd like to think that Andre and Eric will be, but the best and safest bet is on Marvin and Reggie considering they have the one of the most elite QB in the NFL right now.

    I think you should add Javon Walker and Donald Driver on there, and maybe Santana Moss and Antwaan Randle El/Brandon Lloyd.
     
  4. BeReal

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    He said Top AFC Tandem :stirpot:
     
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    lol :tv:
     
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    Ouch Houston is in last place with 8% of the votes....
     
  7. TexanFan881

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    I think it's more the Carr factor than the talent of Moulds and Johnson that's doubting football fans.
     
  8. TEXANRED

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    NO........its more of the Manning, Harrison, Wayne factor.

    Hater.

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    I like David Carr a lot. I already said in my first post in this thread that I think it is Manning, Harrison, and Wayne. What I was saying is a lot of people, football fans in general, might not think that he can get the job done. I don't have anything against David Carr and our offense. I'm not saying even if Carr was Peyton Manning that we'd be first, just that we would get a higher percentage of votes than 8 percent.
     
  10. BeReal

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    Yeah, I think it's more of a Manning/Harrison/Wayne thing. Those guys have been playing together for years with a proven game plan.

    Carr/Johnson/Moulds all haven't played with each other at the same time. Not to mention a new coaching staff and it will take a few games to get their timing and chemistry right.
     
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    Yea this is on NFL .com.
     
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    Wrong, wrong, wrong. The answer is Bush and Putzier, lol.
     
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    In the case of the Texans duo, I suspect that it is more to do with the perception of the entire team and our historical inability to keep DC in the upright position so they doubt that the reciever core will be able to produce.
     
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    I would pick Harrison/Wayne and Johnson/Houshmandzadeh over AJ/Moulds. I would put our duo ahead of Moss and Porter though. Moss is past his prime and I don't think Porter is as good as AJ or Moulds. The mere fact that we're mentioned as one of the top 4 recieving tandems in the AFC is pretty awesome though.
     
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    If we take reciever duo + rb (duo optional) + te
    we would be right up at the top

    Bengals: Chad Johnson, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Rudi Johnson, Reggie Kelly

    Colts: Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Dominick Rhodes, Dallas Clark

    Raiders: Randy Moss, Jerry Porter, Lamont Jordan, Courtney Anderson

    Texans: Andre Johnson, Eric Moulds, Reggie Bush, Dominick Davis, Jeb Putzier
     
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    Sorry, kidding. I was hoping the smiley conveyed that. Guess it didnt.
     
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    lol I'm sorry I didn't pick that up. I've been missing a lot today. :coffee:
     
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    Another duo worth watching is Steve Smith and Keyshaun Johnson or Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin.
     
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    This topic is AFC, lol, I made the same mistake.

    But I can't wait to see what happens with Smith and Johnson because Smith will not be targeted 15 times a game by Delhomme anymore and Delhomme will be able to spread the ball out more.

    I think one of the more underrated WR duos in the AFC is Derrick Mason and Mark Clayton. Old, consitant veteran and young up and coming rookie. If Bowler can pick up his game, watch out for Mason and Clayton.
     
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    If you sum all that up, you're pretty much just saying that Carr is gonna be the AFC leader in passing... unless some #3 WR or #2 TE has some kinda breakout season. 5 people? Carr can't throw it to anyone else but himself!
     

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