Tyreek Hill is one of the most dynamic wide receivers in the NFL, especially after the catch. He can take any pass the entire field for a touchdown. No matter what a defense throws at him he can handle. He can go deep, catch a pass across the middle, or take a short pass for a big gain. With him is Jaylen Waddle who is a similar player to Hill and may be just as productive on any other team in the league. These two make a deadly combo. Miami is still searching for a third wide receiver but Cedrick Wilson has the talent to be that.
AJ Brown was already one of the most dominant wide receivers in the league on the Tennessee Titans but with a better quarterback in Philadelphia he really showed what he could do. He is big and fast with good hands which makes him nearly impossible to guard for any defensive back in the league. Alongside him is DeVonta Smith who is a deep threat on the outside that compliments Brown extremely well.
Joe Burrow has plenty of weapons to throw to but loves his former college teammate Ja’Marr Chase who may be the single-best wide receiver in the NFL. Chase isn’t the biggest or fastest in the league but is well above average in all areas on the field. His ability to make tough catches and to make plays after the catch is special. Like with the other top receiver groups on this list, Chase has another receiver who could be seen as one of the best in the league if he was on another team in Tee Higgins. Higgins has the size and speed to compliment Chase extremely well.
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