Philadelphia Eagles: Ron Jaworski, Harold Carmichael
Carmichael spent nearly his entire career with the Eagles, but he only had one standout season during his first six years in Philadelphia. However, that quickly changed when Jaworski came to town in 1977.
Jaworski turned out to be the kind of quarterback that Carmichael. At the same time, Carmichael was the wide receiver who helped Jaworski establish himself as a starter in the NFL. Together, they helped the Eagles snap a nearly two-decade-long playoff drought, ultimately reaching the Super Bowl during the 1980 season. The Jaworski-Carmichael tandem was arguably the most influential factor in turning the Eagles from perennial losers into a winning franchise.