Found February 18, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
Great quarterbacks in the NFL had many wide receivers they developed chemistry with, but very few had one wide receiver that they favored enough to be called a tandem. Peyton Manning had Marvin Harrison, Joe Montana had Jerry Rice, Troy Aikman had Michael Irvin and Jim Kelly had Andre Reed. The Cincinnati Bengals had Ken Anderson with Isaac Cutis, Boomer Esiason with Eddie Brown and Carson Palmer with Chad Johnson. More recent examples are Jay Cutler with Brandon Marshall, Matthew Stafford with Calvin Johnson and Cincinnati Bengals Andy Dalton with A.J... Read more
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