•Can Still Be WR1s, But Father Time Always Wins
Boy, oh, boy. If this collection of names doesn’t make you want to file for social security benefits immediately, consider yourself lucky. I remember when each one of these guys entered the NFL; now, most of them have one foot out the door. The top-end talent is still there, but with age comes a nosedive in durability and consistency. We will see what the old men have in store for the 2023 season; it could be the final nail in the coffin of Hunter Haas’ childhood.
•Idk What To Label This
-Michael Pittman Jr
-Odell Beckham Jr
All of the players mentioned in this tier share a similarity or two with each other. The inability to reach their full potential is chief among the negatives in this group. Whether it be a lack of opportunity, suffering frequent injuries, or underwhelming play when the lights are the brightest; every name here relates to one of those labels. I have high hopes for a handful of those wide receivers, including Calvin Ridley, as he bounces back from the season-long gambling suspension. On the flip side, I don’t know how I feel about Gabe Davis. He is certainly not bad, but he is not particularly good either. Sometimes he does Casper the Ghost impressions on Sundays. What an odd group from top to bottom.