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Top 5 QB/RB Combos In The NFL

Top 5 QB/RB Combos In The NFL

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The Philadelphia Eagles have a pretty potent force with the combination of Nick Foles and LeSean McCoy, but where do they rank amongst the best in the NFL? Here are the five best QB/RB tandems in the league today.

5. Jay Cutler and Matt Forte - Chicago Bears

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5. Jay Cutler and Matt Forte - Chicago Bears

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This fifth spot was difficult, as the Detroit Lions' Matthew Stafford and Reggie Bush could have made the list, as well as the Denver Broncos' Peyton Manning and Montee Ball. However, with Ball’s inexperience and the fact that Bush shares his workload with Joique Bell, the Chicago Bears' duo gets the nod.

4. Colin Kaepernick and Frank Gore - San Francisco 49ers

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4. Colin Kaepernick and Frank Gore - San Francisco 49ers

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The success these two have had together over the past two seasons, combined with Frank Gore’s longevity, gets them the fourth spot.

3. Aaron Rodgers and Eddie Lacy - Green Bay Packers

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3. Aaron Rodgers and Eddie Lacy - Green Bay Packers

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The Green Bay Packers' tandem should be in line for a monster season in 2014.

2. Nick Foles and LeSean McCoy - Philadelphia Eagles

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2. Nick Foles and LeSean McCoy - Philadelphia Eagles

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With the combination of Nick Foles improving as a player everyday, and LeSean McCoy being arguably the best back in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles' duo belongs right here at No. 2.

1. Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch - Seattle Seahawks

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1. Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch - Seattle Seahawks

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Already with a Super Bowl ring, Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch take down the top spot.