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A Look At the Best Quarterback-Wide Receiver Combination in the 2009 Regular Season

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A Look At the Best Quarterback-Wide Receiver Combination in the 2009 Regular Season

The 2009 NFL regular season has come and gone and it's been an interesting year for both quarterbacks and wide receivers.

Both Brett Favre and Tom Brady returned from injured seasons in 2008. Houston's Matt Schaub had a tremendous season leading his Texans to their first winning season in franchise history. Vince Young bounced back and played 12 games after playing in only 3 in 2008 with only one start. Drew Brees and Peyton Manning led their teams in hopes of going undefeated but fell short.

Five wide receivers finished with at least 100 receptions on the season, one of which being Steve Smith of the New York Giants. While another Steve Smith continued his successful career with great numbers. Desean Jackson used his speed to be a weapon as a receiver and on special teams.

There are many great quarterbacks and wide receivers in the league but which team has the best combination?

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