Ranking The NFL’s Best Trios

32. New York Jets — McCown, Crowell, Anderson


Although the prevailing thought heading into Week 1 is that Sam Darnold will get the starting nod, Josh McCown remains the Jets starting quarterback until further notice. McCown is coming off a respectable season, but the 39-year-old is a mere placeholder for Darnold.¬† Isaiah Crowell will provide decent production on the ground and Robby Anderson seems to be on his way to becoming a very good receiver. With Darnold and Anderson in the mix, the Jets shouldn’t find themselves at the bottom for long.

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31. Miami Dolphins — Tannehill, Drake, Stills


Jay Cutler has moved on to reality television, and Ryan Tannehill is ready to reclaim his starting role. At this point in his career Tannehill has shown what type of quarterback he is — decent, but not top-flight. Kenyan Drake is a bit of a wildcard at running back. He showed flashes at the tail end of last season but the jury is still out on his ceiling. Kenny Stills looks to be the No. 1 wide-out following Jarvis Landry’s departure, with DeVante Parker failing to live up to the hype thus far. It is easy to see why the Patriots have dominated the AFC East for almost two decades.

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30. Washington Redskins — Smith, Kelley, Crowder


Alex Smith is coming off the best season of his career, and will look to make a splash with his new team. Unfortunately for Smith and the Redskins, starting running back Derrius Guice tore his ACL in the teams first preseason game and will miss the remainder of the season. Rob Kelley will enter the starting lineup in a move that will not inspire the fan base. Jamison Crowder is an average receiver who will look to make a jump in his fourth season. Smith is this trio’s headliner, but he doesn’t have the best supporting cast to vault the Redskins higher on the list.

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