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I definitely think the Aikman/Emmitt/Irving is among the greatest, maybe even takes the #1 spot. I may be a little biased, though. I was surrounded by those names growing up in Dallas TX, there was even posters of those guys in my bedroom.
And why didn't the Packers make the list? I would say an easy replacement for the Packers in that list would be the Giants trio. I'm just not impressed by the Giants at all. I think they road the one-handed Beckham catch for way, way too long. Yeah, it was a cool catch.... But other than that, what have they really accomplished that would put them above so many other trios/teams?
The Steelers most definitely deserve to be #1. They have the best dynamic of all (in regards to this specific list). That squad could play blind-folded and not miss a beat.
Steelers, Saints, Pats, Falcons, Chargers, Panthers, Packers, Vikings, Giants and Texans.
I would say:
Steelers, Saints, Pats, Packers, Chargers, Falcons, Texans, Seahawks, Rams, Cardinals.
The Panthers don't even touch the list, for me. If Cam happens to decide to throw the ball, it's most likely a toss to the left/right. Dynamic between the QB and the receiver is virtually non-existent for the Panthers. They haven't really played together long enough to build any type of trust, and Cam just doesn't seem to want to create any.