Wide Receiver rapid-fire responses: how you feel about the following depth charts:
- Keenan Allen vs. Mike Williams for the Chargers
- Is Allen Robinson trustworthy on Bears depth chart?
- Do you trust wide receivers for the Colts outside of T.Y. Hilton?
- Seattle depth chart
- Amari Cooper
- Rams receivers if Brandin Cooks and/or Cooper Kupp miss Week 6
- Any clarity in Jacksonville?
- John Brown vs. Michael Crabtree
Better days are coming for Doug Baldwin. He's back up to a full complement of snaps, and his Week 5 dud wasn't anything to gauge his value by. He drew a lot of coverage from Rams slot cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman, who's been great thus far - Baldwin isn't the only big-name slot man he's shut down. It's more important to note that, when Baldwin first returned in Week 4, he led the team in targets over just 76% of their snaps.
It seems pretty clear to me that John Brown is more vital to the Baltimore offense than Michael Crabtree. Joe Flacco's cannon-strength arm has been forgotten about for years, and last season's nagging back woes didn't help things. He spent most of 2017 throwing underneath to low-impact receivers. But here in 2018, healthy and forced to prove his worth, he's back to looking down the field. And no one's benefiting more than Brown, who remains one of the NFL's fastest receivers. Through 5 weeks, Brown has caught just 20 balls, but 7 have spanned more than 20 yards.
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