Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson, PHI: 42 Rec, 985 Yds, 5 TDs (12 games)
This tandem is unquestionably the most explosive in the league. Their 23.5 average yards per connection was a league best. Vick's big arm combined with Jackon's blazing speed makes this combination as dangerous as any in the league. Expect even bigger numbers this season as Jackson looks to be more consistent and Vick tries to stay healthy.
Philip Rivers to Vincent Jackson, SD: 14 Rec, 248 Yds, 3 TDs (5 games)
Vincent Jackson sat out the first 10 games due to a contract dispute. We all know how good Rivers is but Jackson's absence last season is what kept me from putting this tandem in the top five. Rivers has thrown for more than 4,000 yards in each of the past three season and a big reason why is Jackson. In 2009, Jackson's last full season, these guys teamed up for 68 receptions, 1,167 yards and nine touchdowns.
The Chargers have settled their dispute with the big-play wideout and he looked good in the first preseason game. I expect a big year from VJax as he once again ascends towards the top of the receiver rankings.
Ben Roethlisberger to Mike Wallace, PIT: 51 Rec, 1,046 Yds, 8 TDs (12 games)
Wallace is budding star and has taken over the role of No. 1 receiver from veteran Hines Ward. Wallace had a big year last season but really turned it on when Roethlisberger came back from a four-game suspension.
A bigger version of DeSean Jackson, Wallace led the AFC with 21 yards per catch last year and should continue to develop into a complete wideout in his third season.
Matt Cassel to Dwayne Bowe, KC: 71 Rec, 1,159 Yds, 15 TDs (15 games)
These guys have been uber productive and it was very difficult to leave them off this list. But Cassel is not on the same level as the rest of these quarterbacks, although he had a fantastic 2010 campaign (27 touchdowns, seven interceptions). These two led the league by hooking up for 15 touchdowns and were the main reason the Chiefs surprised everyone by winning the AFC West.
I'm not sure they can repeat these numbers, but don't sleep on Kansas City this season.