Like most things in football, the evaluation starts with the quarterback. There's a lot of talent on this list, but
Patrick Mahomes is the one guy who blows me away from week to week. If he's the quarterback, I'm taking that group -- no matter who else is paired with him. That being said,
Damien Williams and
Travis Kelce (Mahomes' top target) certainly
aren't liabilities -- they bring experience and big-play ability to Andy Reid's offense, which has scored 14 more TDs than its opponents this season. With these three, the
Chiefs are a threat to score from anywhere on the field.
This is tricky because a lot of units within each offense are extremely balanced, meaning there's no ONE running back or pass catcher who stands out above his cohorts. Look at the
49ers' running backs.
Raheem Mostert and
Matt Breida each have more than 120 carries this season. The
Chiefs are in the same boat, with
Damien Williams and
LeSean McCoy in the backfield -- and pass catchers
Travis Kelce and
Tyreek Hill feel interchangeable when it comes to dominance.
That's why I'm taking the
Green Bay Packers with
Aaron Jones and
Davante Adams. These three players are in the upper echelon of their respective positions. Rodgers and Adams have undeniable chemistry on the field, while Jones is coming off a career-best campaign that saw him rack up 19 total touchdowns.
If I have to pick which collection of triplets is the best
right now, I'm taking the
Tennessee Titans. Surprised? You shouldn't be. Just look at what
Derrick Henry and
A.J. Brown have done. The rejuvenated Tannehill led the league in passer rating (117.5), while Henry led the league in carries (303) and rush yards (1,540) and tied for first in rush TDs (16). Not to mention, he guided the
a wild-card win over the Patriots with 182 rush yards. He's truly been unstoppable. Then there's Brown, who's been a big receiving threat for this offense -- and he was the only rookie with 1,000 receiving yards in 2019. This offense is red hot heading into
Saturday night's clash with the Baltimore Ravens.
I changed my mind at least three times when looking at this list, but ultimately landed on the
Green Bay Packers.
Aaron Rodgers has a pair of MVPs and a ring, and I have full confidence he can return to his prime form in any given game.
Aaron Jones had 19 total touchdowns in 2019, while
Davante Adams is a perennial 1,000-yard receiver. I'm not sure what more you could want from a trio.