The wide receiver landscape this year offers anchor WR1s well into the second round and players who could finish as WR2 well into the 7th-8th-9th round range. This should offer maximum flexibility in draft plans, with the ability to take two #1s early and wait on the position until later to get strong complements with upside, or perhaps even going running back heavy early and filling out your wide receiver completely from players drafted in the fifth round or later. This year more than ever should be about getting “your guys” at wide receiver.
These are the guys you set your watch by. They rarely have letdown weeks, all except Beckham have good quarterbacks and chemistry with their passer, and Beckham is arguably getting a big upgrade. The possibility of getting two of them picking at or near the turn is tantalizing.
DeAndre Hopkins, HOU - Priced Correctly
Might take a small target hit if Coutee and Fuller stay healthy, but that would also open up more big plays for him and make the offense much more productive.