#4 Same story, different day for The Street Profits
There hasn't been a single tag team on RAW or SmackDown this year that has been more dominant than The Street Profits. They held the RAW Tag Team Championships for around eight months before being drafted to SmackDown - now holding the blue brand's tag team titles.
They had a title swap and their dominance would continue on SmackDown, but has it gone too far? One of the big issues with their reign has been the overall lack of challengers.
They had a fun and friendly feud with The Viking Raiders, a seemingly never-ending rivalry with Andrade and Angel Garza, and on SmackDown, Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler are their rivals.
What all of them have in common is the fact that they fell short of winning the RAW/SmackDown Tag Team Champions. While The Street Profits are a good team, it's starting to get tiring to see the same outcome and the same finishes for every other match.
It will wear out soon enough, and WWE needs to make a major change to the SmackDown Tag Team division. However, it seems as though Vince McMahon has no interest in doing that.