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Why 3 Is The Most Important Number In Football

Many teams have two good wide receivers or corners but it’s that third depth player that has been the difference maker in squads’ playoff runs.

Jarrett Boykin
Marvin Jones

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones. Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati: WR Marvin Jones

Slated behind A.J. Green and Mohamed Sanu on the depth chart, Jones grabbed the NFL’s attention with his four-touchdown effort against the Jets. But for the whole season, Jones thrived as a deep threat, hauling in seven of 10 targets for 193 yards and two of his eight touchdowns. He, too, will start in 2014, once he recovers from a broken foot.

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