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Best 1-2 Punch

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The hype around pierce might be getting old, but it is well-deserved.

Looking around the nfl, I believe we have the best duo in the league. Most certainly in the afc.What do you guys think?
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At QB/RB
No Doubt it is us (It would be the Lions if I were in charge lol)

But with a all pro WR, best trio would be ours too
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[quote name='Mr. Irrelevant' timestamp='1357001854' post='1285371']
At QB/RB
No Doubt it is us (It would be the Lions if I were in charge lol)

But with a all pro WR, best trio would be ours too
[/quote]I think he's referring to having the best two running backs. That kind of 1-2 punch.
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[quote name='Mr. Irrelevant' timestamp='1357001854' post='1285371']
At QB/RB
No Doubt it is us (It would be the Lions if I were in charge lol)

But with a all pro WR, best trio would be ours too
[/quote]

Aaaaaaaaannnnd over head!!!
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[quote name='Mr. Irrelevant' timestamp='1357001854' post='1285371']
At QB/RB
No Doubt it is us (It would be the Lions if I were in charge lol)

But with a all pro WR, best trio would be ours too
[/quote]

Much as I hate to say it, Schaub and Foster are probably the most balanced tandem. RG3 and Morris: #2 and Flacco and Rice #3. Wilson Lynch, #4.
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[quote name='flaccopoe' timestamp='1357002481' post='1285388']
Much as I hate to say it, Schaub and Foster are probably the most balanced tandem. RG3 and Morris: #2 and Flacco and Rice #3. Wilson Lynch, #4.
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Shaub has AJ and Daniels to throw to. RG3 and Morris, I'll give that to you, Wilson is overrated....
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Yeah we have the best duo unless you count Adrian Peterson in that. Even our duo can't outplay that guy. Freak of nature.

Take Ray Rice add Bernard Pierce and multiply it by 2 and you get Peterson.
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[quote name='dhstandard' timestamp='1357002989' post='1285394']
Yeah we have the best duo unless you count Adrian Peterson in that. Even our duo can't outplay that guy. Freak of nature.

Take Ray Rice add Bernard Pierce and multiply it by 2 and you get Peterson.
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That would mean Peterson is twice the receiving threat Rice is, twice as durable and half as fumble prone.
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I guess no one read the initial posts. Because 1,2 punch referred to Running backs as in Pierce and Rice being a dynamic duo.

Here are others to consider this season.
HOU- A.Foster, B.Tate
Bills- CJ Spiller, F.Jackson
Bears- Forte, M.Bush
Eagles McCoy , B.Brown ( does actually have more yards than pierce and was a non-factor early on )

Honorable mention
Den - McGahee was top 10 in rushing before his injury , and K.Moreno had career resurgence. Together would be a good duo.
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[quote name='BMORE_96' timestamp='1357001517' post='1285363']
The hype around pierce might be getting old, but it is well-deserved.

Looking around the nfl, I believe we have the best duo in the league. Most certainly in the afc.What do you guys think?
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I would take this one step further and say we have the best 1-2-3 punch with RR, Pierce and Nosebleed. Used properly, this trio could help a lot and take us deep into the post season.
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[quote name='BloodRaven' timestamp='1357035046' post='1285633']
That would mean Peterson is twice the receiving threat Rice is, twice as durable and half as fumble prone.
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I took 1-2 punch as running the ball. Speed, finesse, and power running. In terms of running the ball AP is better than Rice and Pierce combined. He has dealt with his fumbling issue. He's a HOF back and probably one of the best in the history of the NFL.
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[quote name='dhstandard' timestamp='1357058204' post='1285744']
I took 1-2 punch as running the ball. Speed, finesse, and power running. In terms of running the ball AP is better than Rice and Pierce combined. He has dealt with his fumbling issue. He's a HOF back and probably one of the best in the history of the NFL.
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Peterson is good, but I think thats already well established and has little to do with the topic.
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[quote name='jdynamite' timestamp='1357055632' post='1285700']
I guess no one read the initial posts. Because 1,2 punch referred to Running backs as in Pierce and Rice being a dynamic duo.

Here are others to consider this season.
HOU- A.Foster, B.Tate
Bills- CJ Spiller, F.Jackson
Bears- Forte, M.Bush
Eagles McCoy , B.Brown ( does actually have more yards than pierce and was a non-factor early on )

Honorable mention
Den - McGahee was top 10 in rushing before his injury , and K.Moreno had career resurgence. Together would be a good duo.
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I'd go with Spiller and Jackson. They were a great tandem and Spiller really took the team on his back when Jackson broke his back. Those 2 players ARE the Buffalo Bills. They're the best runners and receivers on that team, never mind Stevie Johnson.
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[quote name='awholelottahaloti' timestamp='1357057597' post='1285734']
I would take this one step further and say we have the best 1-2-3 punch with RR, Pierce and [b]Nosebleed[/b]. Used properly, this trio could help a lot and take us deep into the post season.
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Vonta Leach?
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[quote name='flaccopoe' timestamp='1357060188' post='1285786']
Vonta Leach?
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Yessir. Vonta "Nosebleed" Leach.
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[quote name='awholelottahaloti' timestamp='1357060786' post='1285797']
Yessir. Vonta "Nosebleed" Leach.
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The best fullback in the league by far!
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Last year, Foster and Tate were the best tandem by far. If Tate hadn't gotten hurt early into the year, The Texans would probably be the 1 seed, that's how good Tate is.
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[quote name='awholelottahaloti' timestamp='1357057597' post='1285734']
I would take this one step further and say we have the best 1-2-3 punch with RR, Pierce and Nosebleed. Used properly, this trio could help a lot and take us deep into the post season.
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lol who neg'd this? +1 to get you back to even.
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