The pro football season kicks off tonight, and the Fool is getting in the spirit. Our fantasy team might just help you tear up the investing gridiron! Head this way to read all about the starting lineup.

You have to love the idealism behind fantasy sports. The ability to thumb your nose at overrated team owners and develop what you know is the perfect team is nearly irresistible to sports fans.

Given the chance to pick any stock I want for my fantasy Wall Street team, it doesn't take me long to pull my star players from the market's lengthy lineup. When it comes to stacking stocks to beat the pants off the competition, I've got a combination that's proved to be unstoppable.

First, I'd have GPS maker and Motley Fool Stock Advisor pick Garmin (NASDAQ:GRMN) anchor an offense that would make even the famed "Steel Curtain" quiver on the line. Garmin's dominance of the personal navigation device (PND) market in the U.S., and its opportunities for growth abroad, have helped the company steadily march to a profitable drum. The company's diversity in portable, automotive, and aviation products means this seasoned rookie can run or pass with precision, outpacing main competitor TomTom.

Once Garmin has its turn in the end zone, my defensive unit brings in the long history and experience of gum and confectionary producer (and Motley Fool Income Investor pick) Wrigley (NYSE:WWY). While many armchair investors are pointing to an aging front line that isn't doing its job in the sales-volume department, Wrigley's management knows how to shuffle the backfield to target profitable markets domestically and abroad. Like fellow confectioner Hershey (NYSE:HSY), Wrigley is anchored by a dividend - currently yielding 2% -- that's as reliable as a windy game day in Chicago. When it comes to putting up a strong defense, I'll take experience over potential any day.

Rounding out my dream team would be Motley Fool Global Gains pick China Mobile (NYSE:CHL). This dynamite special-teams unit has plowed over anything in its growth path. China's largest wireless service provider dwarfs the mobile services of even the best American leaguers AT&T (NYSE:T) and Verizon Wireless -- a joint venture between Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) and Vodafone (NYSE:VOD) -- by signing up more than 5 million new subscribers per month. With huge potential still untapped in the broader Chinese market, and more lucrative 3G services still on the way, I believe this powerhouse has a few more 99-yard returns left in it.

With all the talent packed in these three investments, it's hard to see how this fantasy combination won't end up in the playoffs come year's end.

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Fool contributor Dave Mock enjoys football, but he couldn't tell you who won Super Bowl XL, or any other Super Bowl for that matter . He owns shares of Garmin and Wrigley. Dave is the author of The Qualcomm Equation. Vodafone is an Inside Value recommendation. Despite its small stature, the Fool's disclosure policy can take a hit.