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Postby JrcWy » Mon Mar 22, 2004 6:52 pm

Seems I started a little arguement with my previous question. But I think Canadian Seahawk brought up another good element.

Canadian Seahawk wrote:if ya wanna see different answers go Trio instead of Duo ;-D


I'll be a little more clear with the terms this time. Imagine you are a QB in the league next year and you get to pick an EXISTING TRIO of receivers. The third guy can be very important to an offense so don't be so quick to take the best duo and the scrub that comes with them. Here is my list:

1) KRob/Jackson/Engram
2) Ward/Burress/Randle L
3) Northcutt/Davis/Morgan
4) Horn/Pathon/Stallworth
5) Meshawn/Glenn/Bryant (I'll take heat for this one)
Noteworthy if it happens) Boldin/Johnson/(Fitz/Williams)
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Postby terpfan » Mon Mar 22, 2004 6:56 pm

i may be accused of homerism but i like the redskins trio...
Coles
Gardner
McCants

i hope mccants stays with the team (hes a rfa). hes very underated imo, and hes very dangerous in 3 wr sets near the goal line.
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Postby JrcWy » Mon Mar 22, 2004 7:19 pm

The redskins do have a good trio. McCants is a scoring machine who I almost picked up last season until someone beat me to him.
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Postby TheHeat24 » Mon Mar 22, 2004 7:21 pm

I definetly think that the seahawks trio is awesome because engram is probably the most reliable third man in the league.

As for randel el, I really dont think he is that much of a receiver and is specifically trick play and returns only

I think that the trio in Cleveland is Dynamic and has potential if Garcia can get it going, Quincy Morgan is IMO a superstar in the waiting and has some serious skills, Northcutt is a solid number 2/3
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Postby fantasizing » Mon Mar 22, 2004 7:54 pm

Definately Seattle's DJax,Krob, and Engram, just look at their stats.....
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Postby joester » Mon Mar 22, 2004 7:55 pm

I think Harrison/Wayne/Stokeley is the best WR Trio in the game. Harrison is simply the best precision route runner in the league, Wayne has the skills to become Harrison's heir, and Stokeley is a major deep threat all the time. Throw in the #1 QB in the league and I think they make a pretty good case for number 1.
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Postby KingGhidra » Mon Mar 22, 2004 8:08 pm

Man if this were last year, it'd be Mason-McCareins-Bennett but it's not last year. :-)

I'm gonna go with the Rams again.

Bruce-Holt-Looker

After that it just may well be...

McCareins-Moss 2.0-Chrebet

The Dallas, Washington, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Indianapolis trios are all noteworthy also. Seattle's trio doesn't even belong with those previously mentioned.
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Postby terpfan » Mon Mar 22, 2004 8:19 pm

joester wrote:I think Harrison/Wayne/Stokeley is the best WR Trio in the game. Harrison is simply the best precision route runner in the league, Wayne has the skills to become Harrison's heir, and Stokeley is a major deep threat all the time. Throw in the #1 QB in the league and I think they make a pretty good case for number 1.

i think i would have to agree that they are the #1 trio n the game...
1. Colts - Harrison, Wayne, Stokley
2. Seahawks - Jackson, Robinson, Engram
3. Rams - Holt, Bruce, Looker
4. Steelers - Ward, Burress, Rande El
5. Redskins - Coles, Gardner, McCants

the browns and cowboys miss the top 5 because they dont really have any one great wr, just a bunch of ok ones.
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Postby Shatner8 » Mon Mar 22, 2004 8:22 pm

Another Trio worth a look is the Bengals with Johnson, Warrick and Washington, i think they could easily be the top trio in a few years. Also, with the recent signing of Marcus Robinson. Moss/Robinson/Bates could be great also
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Postby NittanyLions » Mon Mar 22, 2004 8:22 pm

ooh a new debate ;-)
Though i would like to grab my stiller trio, id have to go with the indy trio. They are all explosive and excellent WR. Stokely has developed nicely and I look for him to improve more in 2004...though it may be bias as im used to seeing peyton manning throw to them :-)
next i would put the seahawks trio, then the steeler trio, then the rams trio, then the skins trio ;-D
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