NFL’s Top-5 Young QB-WR Combinations

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Dec 18, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles (5) throws a pass against the Tennessee Titans at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

No. 4: Blake Bortles and Allen Robinson

Jacksonville Jaguars No. 3 overall Blake Bortles showed that he could be a franchise quarterback in spots. It wasn’t a great rookie year for him overall but that’s usually how it goes with a rookie quarterback on a bad team. But in those spots rookie receiver Allen Robinson came on for and developed chemistry with Bortles while healthy.

He had 48 catches for 548 yards and two touchdowns in just eight starts before injuring his foot. But Robinson is back and has done so well this offseason, he made Bortles tell, “He’s been unbelievable. For Bortles and Robinson to grow from their rookie seasons, Bortles needs his offensive line to give him more time.

He had no protection as a rookie, getting beaten up as the offensive line gave up a whopping 71 sacks in 2014. The good news is Jaguars addressed the offensive line this offseason so he should have more time to find Robinson. So I look for this young receiver quarterback tandem to take a step up in this year, landing them at No. 5.

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