POLLS ARE ON PAGE 2
Green Bay: Davante Adams is now considered a veteran for GB and has proved himself as one of the best in the NFC. Entering his 7th year with the Packers Davante has cemented himself as Rodgers’ #1 and is predicted to have a solid 2020 season.
Chicago: Allen Robinson is entering just his 3rd season with the Bears and coming off a 1000+ yard season. Allen is a bright feature in a weaker Bears’ offense and should have a good 2020 season.
Minnesota: With the recent departure of Stefon Diggs in free agency, Adam Thielen has secured the #1 WR spot in the Vikings’ offense. Coming off a weaker season riddled by injuries, Thielen looks to prove himself as a pro bowler once again.
Detroit: Kenny Golladay is a bright young WR for the Lions and is coming off of back to back 1000+ yard seasons, including a career year for him recording 10+ TDs. Kenny looks to continue his dominance in his 4th season with Detroit.
Dallas: The Cowboys have set themselves up nicely with one of the most talented WR corps in the NFL, but Amari Cooper remains our #1 for Dallas. Coming off a 1000+ yard season with 8 TDs, Cooper looks to continue his success and help the talented rookie Ceedee Lamb.
Washington: Terry Mclaurin, nicknamed “Scary Terry” is coming off an impressive rookie season where he recorded over 900 yards receiving and 7 TDs in a weaker Redskins offense. With the return of Alex Smith to the locker room, hopefully starting QB Dwayne Haskins can improve his game and propel Terry to pro-bowl caliber.
NY Giants: Darius Slayton put together a decent 2nd year following his impressive rookie season. The Giants have struggled to find a solid WR corp, but Slayton looks to be a good start and should continue to improve with the impressive Daniel Jones.
Philadelphia: With the return of Desean Jackson to Philly last season, the Eagles look to veteran WR Desean as their #1. After a couple decent seasons in Tampa Jackson should be able to put up the numbers we’re used to seeing from him with Wentz under center.
Atlanta: Is there really any other choice here than arguably the best WR in the NFL: Julio Jones? Julio has not lost a step as the years go by in Atlanta. Julio is coming off yet another 1000+ yard season and we don’t see him slowing down anytime soon.
Tampa: Mike Evans has yet to record a season under 1000+ yards in his career and that was with less than mediocre QB play from Jamie’s Winston. Now the talented WR has one of the greatest QBs to ever play under center, Tom Brady, and should only improve his play this season.
New Orleans: Michael Thomas is coming off an incredible 1,725-yard season with 149 receptions, breaking the NFL single-season reception record in the process. One of the most reliable receivers in the league, Michael is not only the best on his team, but arguably the best in his division, depending on who you ask.
Carolina: DJ Moore is our number 1 for the Panthers after recording a 1000+ yard receiving season in only his 2nd year. DJ looks to take the next step and cement himself as pro bowl caliber in his third year with the Panthers.
Seattle: Tyler Lockett put up his best numbers yet recording his first 1000+ yard season along with 8 TDs. Lockett is entering his 6th year with the Seahawks and with a veteran pro bowl caliber QB like Wilson he should have no trouble improving yet again.
Arizona: Deandre Hopkins is entering his first year in a new scheme with the Cardinals, but with rookie of the year Kyler Murray under center, and one of the most impressive offensive coordinators in the NFL Hopkins should be set up to succeed in AZ.
LA Rams: Coming off his first 1000+ yard 10 TD season, Cooper Kupp is on his rise to being a reliable WR with the likes of Thielen and M. Thomas. Cooper looks to continue his success into his 4th season in his relatively young career.
San Francisco: Deebo Samuel is entering his sophomore year after an impressive rookie season recording 800+ yards and 3 TDs with the run-heavy 49ers offense. Deebo is currently rehabbing a fracture in his right foot but should be back hopefully by week one.
Denver: The Broncos offense is filled with young talent highlighted by Courtland Sutton who in his sophomore season put up 1,112 yards and 6 TDs in a rough year for the Broncos’ offense. Promising young QB Drew Lock should look to Sutton as his number 1 and help catapult Sutton to his 2nd pro bowl selection.
LA Chargers: Keenan Allen once again proved himself to be an elite receiver recording nearly 1,200 receiving yards and 6 TDs on a struggling Chargers team. With the addition of rookie QB and 1st round pick Justin Herbert, Keenan should have good QB play to aid him to yet another pro bowl selection.
Kansas City: The defending super bowl champions are stacked with weapons on their offense, but Tyreek Hill continues to be the highlight on an already incredible offense. Hill dealt with some nagging hamstring injuries last season but still recorded over 800 yards and 7 TDs.
Las Vegas: The Raiders look forward to a change of scenery this coming season that could possibly help propel their franchise to a brighter future. A big part of that future will be Tyrell Williams, the 6th year WR who has been very consistent in his first 5 seasons recording 651 yards and 6 TDs just a year ago.
New England: Though it seems like the Patriots have lost a lot of their once-dominant roster. Edelman, the 10-year veteran WR looks to be the leader and producer for the Patriots’ offense. Edelman is coming off yet another 1,100+ yard season with 6 TDs and shows no signs of age slowing him down.
Miami: Though the Dolphins had one of their most disappointing seasons last year DeVante Parker was a glimmer of light Miami so desperately needed. Parker put up 1200+ yards receiving and 9 TDs and looks to improve on those numbers this season with 3rd pick overall rookie QB Tua Tagovailoa out of the Crimson Tide in Alabama.
Buffalo: The Bills showed a lot of promise last season with young QB Josh Allen finally showing he belongs. Stefon Diggs will be a great free agency addition and earns our pick as the best WR on a talented Buffalo football team. Diggs is coming off of back to back 1000+ yard receiving years and should continue the impressive play in Buffalo.
NY Jets: Jamison Crowder is returning to the Jets after an impressive 833 yard and 6 TD season last year. The Jets hope Crowder can jumpstart their young offense along with the QB play from their franchise QB hopeful Sam Darnold.
Cleveland: Though the star-studded Browns’ offense was rather disappointing last season, Odell Beckham was still able to put up an impressive 1,035-yard season along with 4 TDs. If Baker Mayfield can improve his WB play Odell should have a great year for the Browns.
Pittsburgh: The Steelers finally get Big Ben back and there’s no doubt their offense will improve this season from last. JuJu suffered from the QB play of Mason Rudolph recording only 522 yards and 3 TDs last season. But, with Ben back JuJu should be back to his regular self and the 1000 yard seasons he can produce.
Baltimore: One of the most dynamic offenses in the NFL, the Ravens look to be as dominant as they were last season and Marquise Brown will be a big part of it. If Brown can stay healthy throughout the season there’s no doubt he will put up impressive numbers and cement himself as Lamar Jackson’s #1.
Cincinnati: AJ Green has been one of the most dominant receivers the league has seen since 2011 racking up 6 1000+ yard seasons. Green missed the entirety of the 2019 season because of injuries, but the Bengals drafted the reigning Heisman winner and national champion QB Joe Burrow. Burrow’s QB play will give Green the chance to get back to the dominant play we know he possesses.
Houston: Brandin Cooks is new to the Houston organization but is a reliable slot who is very capable of dropping 1000+ yards, especially with a talented young QB like Deshaun Watson. Cooks is set up to have an impressive season in his new city.
Jacksonville: The Jags improves on their offense last season when they started their rookie QB Gardner Minshew, and DJ Chark seemed to like that. Chark made a massive leap last season recording 1,008 yards and 8 TDs just one year after a 152 yard rookie season. Chark will continue to improve as long as Minshew does his job.
Tennessee: The Titans drafted AJ Brown last year in the 2nd round and the young WR showed out in his rookie season. AJ finished with 1,051 yards and 8 TDs even though the Titans went through a QB change mid-season. AJ should have another impressive season resulting from the Titans’ decision to stick with Tannehill at QB.
Indianapolis: Veteran WR T.Y. Hilton looks to bounce back from a disappointing season last year resulting from a mountain of injuries he had to deal with including a leg calf tear. Hilton has been one of the most reliable WRs in recent memory and should be back to his old self this year. VOTE TO ELIMINATE 1 FROM EACH CONFERENCE NEXT PAGE