Top 30 duos in NFL history

Top 30 duos in NFL history

NEW YORK– DECEMBER 6: Quarterback Daryle Lamonica # 3 of the Oakland Raiders drops back to pass versus the New York Jets during an NFL football video game December 6, 1970 at Shea Stadium in the Queens district of New York City. Lamonica played for the Raiders from 1967-74. The duo of Lamonica and Biletnikoff was ahead of its time. No one was throwing the ball as much as the Raiders, and Biletnikoff was Lamonicas favorite target.

There have been several great pairings of quarterback and pass-catcher in NFL history, and today we rank the top 30 duos in NFL history.
There are numerous great duos worldwide. Peanut butter and Jelly, Batman and Robin- you get the point. There have also been lots of terrific duos throughout the history of the NFL, and today we look at the finest duos in NFL history.
Who are the very best duos in NFL history?
30. Daryle Lamonica and Fred Biletnikoff.
This may be the finest name duo on the whole list. Lamonica and Biletnikoff are among three Raiders duos on the list, and they were the first excellent pairing that team had.
Lamonica became a Raider in 1967. That season, he was an All-Pro, leading the league in goal passes with 30. Biletnikoff led the league with 21.9 lawns per reception, and likewise pulled in 40 catches for 876 backyards and 5 touchdowns.
Biletnikoff was an All-Pro in 1969. He captured 54 passes for over 800 yards and 12 touchdowns. Lamonica was an All-Pro, too. He led the league with 34 touchdown passes, as well as throwing for 3,302 backyards. Among other stats, he led in both completions and efforts.
The duo of Lamonica and Biletnikoff was ahead of its time. No one was throwing the ball as much as the Raiders, and Biletnikoff was Lamonicas preferred target.

NEW YORK– DECEMBER 6: Quarterback Daryle Lamonica # 3 of the Oakland Raiders drops back to pass versus the New York Jets during an NFL football video game December 6, 1970 at Shea Stadium in the Queens district of New York City. Lamonica bet the Raiders from 1967-74. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images).