You'll find few people who will disagree about who the top overall receivers in the game are.
The fact of the matter is, very few of the guys involved in that particular conversation have anyone close to their ability lining up opposite from them, making it all too easy to shut them down with certain coverage and schemes.
Things change when you have two guys who can change a game lining up on two different sides of the field. Peyton Manning had it with Wayne and Harrison. Montana had it with Rice and Taylor. Bradshaw had it with Swann and Stallworth.
So what NFL quarterbacks today have the luxury of two elite pass-catchers to look for downfield in a pinch?
Here are the top five duos of wide receivers on the same team heading into the 2012 NFL season.