Best NFL Triplets Coming Into the 2019 Season

What exactly do I mean by ''Triplets?'' Well the combination is simple... A quarterback plus A starting Tail back plus A Starting Wide Out equals you guessed it a Triplet in American Football. Here are 10 teams that have that dynamic formula.

The Top Ten

1 Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara, and Michael Thomas (Saints)

They should've gone to the Superbowl last year. I wanted it to be Chiefs vs Saints. - SirSheep

''The Saints got four out of five votes in the top spot, and that makes perfect sense. Not only are all three of these players superstars, they are also perfect schematic fits within Sean Payton's offense. Right now, they're the best triplets in the league. '' - htoutlaws2012

I really don’t like the Saints mostly because they complain about being screwed out of the Super Bowl when they did the same thing in 2009 but now that I’m done complaining about something that happened a decade ago I say yeah these guys are the best trio - RawIsgore

2 Phillip Rivers, Melvin Gordon, and Keenan Allen (Chargers)

''Rivers and Gordon are each coming off their best NFL seasons. Allen is the best route-runner in football not named Antonio Brown, and the man is just always, always, always open. There's a synergy to these guys that drives the Chargers' offense, and it's awesome to watch.'' - htoutlaws2012

Not if Melvin Gordon holds out the whole season - SirSheep

3 Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, and Amari Cooper (Cowboys)

''If we had done these rankings at the midway point of last season, it feels like the Cowboys probably would have ended up in the 20s. But then Cooper arrived in Dallas, Prescott took off, and Elliott managed to get even more explosive and efficient. Now they look like they have one of the best young QB-RB-WR cores in the league.'' - htoutlaws2012

Same with the previous, Ezekiel Elliot could hold out - SirSheep

4 Ben Roethlisberger, James Connor, and Juju Smith-Schuster (Steelers)

''It's wildly impressive that the Steelers ended up here despite losing possibly the best receiver in football and after replacing a player who was considered possibly the best running back in football on the fly last year. That's a testament not only to Roethlisberger's staying power, but also the way Smith-Schuster and Conner stepped up and became elite options themselves.'' - htoutlaws2012

I'm exited about this one. Hopefully it'll come with less drama - SirSheep

As long as Big Ben can control his Interceptions - RawIsgore

5 Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, and Brandin Cooks (Rams)

''This is a situation where the rampant injury speculation about Gurley is surely affecting things, but Goff's late-season swoon and Super Bow implosion may be affecting the ranking even more. Cooks leads a wide receiver group that is among the best in football, but it's because the top three guys are all basically about as good as each other -- three really good No. 2 wideouts who happen to be on the same team.'' - htoutlaws2012

6 Tom Brady, Sony Michel, and Julian Edelman (Patriots)

''After losing Rob Gronkowski, the Patriots slide to the back half of the top 10. The team's running back group gets a bit underrated here because Michael is clearly a runner while James White is actually arguably the top passing-game option now, but either way it's safe to say that things will look a bit different in New England than they have in the past.'' - htoutlaws2012

7 Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, and Odell Beckham Jr. (Browns)

''I almost can't believe it. It's deserved, though. Mayfield was fantastic as a rookie despite working for half the season in Hue Jackson's offense. Chubb was buried on the bench until the team traded Carlos Hyde, then promptly exploded. And then Cleveland added possibly the NFL's best receiver. Yeah. It's go time. '' - htoutlaws2012

8 Andrew Luck, Marlon Mack, and T.Y. Hilton (Colts)

''Remember the first few weeks of last season when people were worried about Andrew Luck because he wasn't throwing downfield? That was fun. Luck basically turned back into himself over the course of the year, and he's got help in the backfield in the form of Mack and second-year man Nyheim Hines now. And of course, Hilton to take the top of the defense. '' - htoutlaws2012

9 Kirk Cousins, Dalvin Cook, and Adam Thielen (Vikings)

''Thielen is awesome and it seems like he's propping up this ranking, but Cousins was decidedly meh during his first season in Minnesota after signing a record-setting contract, and Cook has largely proven unable to stay on the field. The ceiling is really high for this group, but the floor is also pretty low.'' - htoutlaws2012

Now that it’s been months after the season I’m beginning to understand that it wasn’t Cousins fault his Offense line was the worst in the league and his defense took a major downturn Cook is supposed to be the next Adrian Peterson but right now I don’t see it Adam Thielen is the saving grace for the Vikings an undrafted player no less now that we got Diggs and Beebe the Wide receiver core should improve - RawIsgore

10 Matt Ryan, Devonta Freeman, and Julio Jones (Falcons)

The Contenders

11 Deshaun Watson, Lamar Miller, and DeAndre Hopkins (Texans)

Didn't Lamar Miller just tear his ACL? - SirSheep

12 Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Jones, and Davante Adams (Packers)

I suppose that stems from a reluctance to fully buy in on Jones being quite as good as he's looked in his limited role through two seasons. Adams is coming off an absolute monster of a season where he put up numbers very few wideouts in history have ever touched. Rodgers is the highest-ceiling quarterback in the league when he's on his game, but he's also had some injury issues in the recent past and will be adjusting to a new system. - htoutlaws2012

Basically Rodgers and Adam Jones is ether a mediocre Running back or decent - RawIsgore

And Davante Adams has been a touchdown juggernaut on the field the last two seasons. - htoutlaws2012

13 Marcus Mariota, Derrick Henry, and Corey Davis (Titans)
14 Carson Wentz, Jordan Howard and Alshon Jeffery (Eagles)
15 Russell Wilson, Chris Carson, and Tyler Lockett (Seahawks)
16 Lamar Jackson, Mark Ingram, and Marquise Brown (Ravens)
17 Derek Carr, Josh Jacobs, Antonio Brown (Raiders)
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