The "Three-Headed" monster as we once knew it in the NFL is all but over. We used to mention names like Aikman, Emmitt and Irvin or Peyton, Harrison and Edge. The running back would always be part of the trio when talking about the NFL's best offenses.
Nowadays, in the modern gridiron game we see a lot more passing which means a lot less rushing yards. We also have observed more teams using a two-back system and then you have the 3rd down backs. Given all these variables in todays league, it's easier to pick out the top three players, including the quarterback to come up with our top trios in the NFL.
We could have a QB, WR and another WR. We could have a QB, WR and a TE too! Depending on the team perhaps we see a QB, TE and RB. Then we will see the traditional QB, WR and RB but how many teams have that dynamic left? Let's find out! These rankings are based on individual play and potential of each individual player in each trio.
Geez, who's number one? Where to start? Okay let's try this:
I can't wait to hear the debates about this one!
Courtesy of ClutchPoints
Joe Burrow - Ja'Marr Chase - Joe Mixon
DeShaun Watson - Amari Cooper - Nick Chubb
Tom Brady - Evans/Godwin - Leonard Fournette
Mathew Stafford - Cooper Kupp - Allen Robinson
Derek Carr - DeVante Adams - Josh Jacobs
Justin Herbert - Austin Ekeler - Keenan Allen
Kirk Cousins - Dalvin Cook - Justin Jefferson
Josh Allen - Stephon Diggs - Devin Singletary
Aaron Rodgers - Aaron Jones - Allen Lazard
Jameis Winston - Alvin Kamara - Michael Thomas
Kyler Murray - DeAndre Hopkins - James Connor
Matt Ryan - Jonathan Taylor - Michael Pittman
Patrick Mahomes - JuJu Smith-Schuster - Clyde Edwards-Helaire
Lamar Jackson - J.K. Dobbins - Mark Andrews
Tua Tagovailoa - Tyreek Hill - Jaylen Waddle
Jalen Hurts - A.J. Brown - DeVonta Smith
Ryan Tannehill - Derrick Henry - Robert Woods
Russell Wilson - Jerry Jeudy - Javonte Williams
Dak Prescott - CeeDee Lamb - Ezekiel Elliott
Carson Wentz - Terry McLaurin - Antonio Gibson