The Best Wide Receiver Duos in the NFL 2022
Last Man Standing Tournament (VOTE TO ELIMINATE)
The fans decide! Vote to eliminate the worst WR duo on this list until only the best wide receiver duos in the NFL remain. 2-4 duos will be eliminated per round until the top 10. Remember to vote for the worst, not the best.
There have been some massive changes made that need to be addressed. Davante Adams is arguably the best wide receiver in the NFL and is joining a new team for the first time in his career. When voting for this list, keep in mind that this is in fact a prediction. Try not to take too much into account the fact that these duos have never played a down of football together. Instead, project how well you think that each duo will do next year.
Round 1 – Christian Kirk & Marvin Jones (32%), Corey Davis & Elijah Moore (31%), Marquise Brown & Rashad Bateman (16%)
Round 2 – Michael Thomas & Marquez Callaway (26%), D.J. Moore & Robby Anderson (25%)
Round 3 – Jerry Jeudy & Courtland Sutton (30%), Diontae Johnson & Chase Claypool (30%), Terry McLaurin & Curtis Samuel (23%)
Round 4 – Ceedee Lamb & Michael Gallup (35%)
Round 5 – Deebo Samuel & Brandon Aiyuk (17%), Keenan Allen & Mike Williams (17%), A.J. Brown & Robert Woods (16%)
Round 6 – Stefon Diggs & Gabriel Davis (43%), D.K. Metcalf & Tyler Lockett (29%)
Round 7 – Ja’Marr Chase & Tee Higgins (35%)
Round 8 – Mike Evans & Chris Godwin (39%)
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