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 Ranking each NFL team's set of offensive 'triplets' from 32-1

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LambertWardSteel



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PostSubject: Ranking each NFL team's set of offensive 'triplets' from 32-1   Sat Sep 02, 2017 3:45 am

I was a bit surprised because I figured they'd somehow justify giving it to the Pats*** but Steelers are #1:

1. Steelers: Big Ben, Bell, Brown

The Steelers have the NFL's best running back and best wide receiver, and their quarterback ain't too shabby, either. Le'Veon Bell is a weapon unlike any in NFL history -- he became the first player ever to average at least 100 rushing yards and 50 receiving yards per game last season. Antonio Brown is an absolute technician of the highest order, and the best bet to lead the league in receptions, yards, and touchdowns every year until further notice. And well, Big Ben just gets to live the life with all his unbelievable weapons around him.



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PostSubject: Re: Ranking each NFL team's set of offensive 'triplets' from 32-1   Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:59 pm

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Le'Veon Bell is a weapon unlike any in NFL history

c'mon man   ...have they forgotten guys like marshal faulk, tiki barber, ladanian tomlinson, and brian westbrook ? bell is hardly the first dual threat running back.

bell's best season so far has been 2215 combined yards. one season over 2000 yds.

faulk had a 2429 yd season , a 2227 yard season , 2189 and a 2127
tiki barber ...best 2390 ...2127 and 2090
tomlinson ...best 2370...2323..2172
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PostSubject: Re: Ranking each NFL team's set of offensive 'triplets' from 32-1   Sun Sep 03, 2017 12:48 pm

When taken collectively, the trio of Ben, Brown, and Bell at the key offensive positions cannot be matched by any other team.

They promised 30 points or more as an average.    

Hope it finally happens this year.  
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