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NFL-Throwback-Top-10-QB-receiver-duos-of-all-time

 

1. Peyton Manning to  Marvin Harrison - 112 TDs

2. Philip Rivers to Antonio Gates - 89 TDs

3. Steve Young to Jerry Rice - 85 TDs

4. Dan Marino to Mark Clayton - 79 TDs

5. Tom Brady to Rob Gronkowski - 

6. Ben Roethlisberger to Antonio Brown - 74 TDs

7. Drew Brees to Marques Colston - 72 TDs

8. Peyton Manning to Reggie Wayne - 67 TDs

9. Jim Kelly to Andre Reed - 65 TDs

10. Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson - 65 TDs

 

I like how the highlights featured amazing TD catches by both Wayne and Harrison in wins against the Pats in New England.  :scoregood:

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Why jo number for Brady to Gronk?

Is there a discrepancy because of the *** ?  Like Sosa and McGuire?

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7 minutes ago, WoolMagnet said:

Why jo number for Brady to Gronk?

Is there a discrepancy because of the *** ?  Like Sosa and McGuire?

 

It didn't show a number in the video, but I like your reason better!  haha

 

Gronk has 79 TDs, but I'm not exactly sure if they all came from Brady since he missed a few games due to SUSPENSION for destroying his cell phone.  :lol:

 

We should change the nickname for Boston from "Beantown" to "AsteriskTown"...

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1 hour ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

 

It didn't show a number in the video, but I like your reason better!  haha

 

Gronk has 79 TDs, but I'm not exactly sure if they all came from Brady since he missed a few games due to SUSPENSION for destroying his cell phone.  :lol:

 

We should change the nickname for Boston from "Beantown" to "AsteriskTown"...

I just can't let it go.

I'm weak.

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39 minutes ago, WoolMagnet said:

I just can't let it go.

I'm weak.

 

If Brady wins another SB, we're gonna have to form Brady Haters Anonymous.

 

The 12-step program for hating #12.

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2 minutes ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

 

If Brady wins another SB, we're gonna have to form Brady Haters Anonymous.

 

The 12-step program for hating #12.

I won't count them out but I like our chances finally, if not KC will beat them.

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22 minutes ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

 

If Brady wins another SB, we're gonna have to form Brady Haters Anonymous.

 

The 12-step program for hating #12.

12 step recovery program FROM hating him.

I've gotta move on with my life.

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After seeing this I was curious how many other receivers had TD catches from Manning and I found this article.

 

Some items of interest:

 

Dallas Clark caught 44 TD passes

D. Thomas caught 36 in 4 seasons with Manning.

Austin Collie caught 15 TD passes in 25 games with Manning.  More than E. Sanders, Garcon and James

Stokely caught 20 from him

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15 hours ago, Lucky Colts Fan said:

NFL-Throwback-Top-10-QB-receiver-duos-of-all-time

 

1. Peyton Manning to  Marvin Harrison - 112 TDs

2. Philip Rivers to Antonio Gates - 89 TDs

3. Steve Young to Jerry Rice - 85 TDs

4. Dan Marino to Mark Clayton - 79 TDs

5. Tom Brady to Rob Gronkowski - 

6. Ben Roethlisberger to Antonio Brown - 74 TDs

7. Drew Brees to Marques Colston - 72 TDs

8. Peyton Manning to Reggie Wayne - 67 TDs

9. Jim Kelly to Andre Reed - 65 TDs

10. Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson - 65 TDs

 

I like how the highlights featured amazing TD catches by both Wayne and Harrison in wins against the Pats in New England.  :scoregood:

 

I'm surprised rice isn't on there twice with two qbs.

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1 hour ago, Fluke_33 said:

 

I'm surprised rice isn't on there twice with two qbs.

Montana to Rice resulted in 52 TDs.

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7 minutes ago, Coffeedrinker said:

Montana to Rice resulted in 52 TDs.

 

If i had to guess without looking it up i would have said 1000.

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24 minutes ago, Fluke_33 said:

 

If i had to guess without looking it up i would have said 1000.

It seemed like it at times but Walsh still liked to pound it inside the 10 and with Craig and Rathman, I don't blame him.

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I think the Manning to Harrison record is going to be one of the longest lasting records in sports.  Not only is it a ridiculous feat to have produced at such a high level for so long, but in today's world of free agency, it seems like it'll be harder to have 2 greats remaining on the same team for such a long time.  

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, CurBeatElite said:

I think the Manning to Harrison record is going to be one of the longest lasting records in sports.  Not only is it a ridiculous feat to have produced at such a high level for so long, but in today's world of free agency, it seems like it'll be harder to have 2 greats remaining on the same team for such a long time.  

 

 

 

 

Stafford to Johnson had 56 tds. 5 years of averaging 10 tds and that record would have been theirs. 

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On 6/19/2019 at 5:51 PM, CR91 said:

 

Stafford to Johnson had 56 tds. 5 years of averaging 10 tds and that record would have been theirs. 

 

Sure... but, they didn't do it.

 

I don't foresee anyone doing it for quite some time in this era.  Odell Beckham Jr. and Eli got off to a blistering start, but Eli's going to retire probably in one more year, Odell got hurt and is also a prima dona. 

 

Antonio Brown and Big Ben 'could' potentially have done it, except Big Ben is near retirement and Brown is a prima dona and their chemistry fell apart.

 

Fact is, Manning and Marvin started playing together when they were both very young and they both had long careers on the same team.

 

Aside from needing the WR and the QB to start together at a young age and last a long time in the league while producing at high levels, they need to remain on the same team.  This era of free-agency is way different than what we have seen in the past -- it's now more common to see superstars at skill positions spending their careers on multiple teams than it is to see them last a full 10+ seasons with the same team.

 

 

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41 minutes ago, CurBeatElite said:

 

Sure... but, they didn't do it.

 

I don't foresee anyone doing it for quite some time in this era.  Odell Beckham Jr. and Eli got off to a blistering start, but Eli's going to retire probably in one more year, Odell got hurt and is also a prima dona. 

 

Antonio Brown and Big Ben 'could' potentially have done it, except Big Ben is near retirement and Brown is a prima dona and their chemistry fell apart.

 

Fact is, Manning and Marvin started playing together when they were both very young and they both had long careers on the same team.

 

Aside from needing the WR and the QB to start together at a young age and last a long time in the league while producing at high levels, they need to remain on the same team.  This era of free-agency is way different than what we have seen in the past -- it's now more common to see superstars at skill positions spending their careers on multiple teams than it is to see them last a full 10+ seasons with the same team.

 

 

 

Im just saying. If calvin didn't eruptly retire, they could have got that record. Calvin was still a beast and arguably the best wr in the game when he retired

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