NFL's No. 1 WRs
By Jordan Raanan, Xfinity Sports.com
There are a lot of quality wide receivers in the NFL. But there can only be 32 No. 1 receivers.
Most of the teams who try to sell a top receiver-by-committee usually do so because they don't have anyone good enough to claim the No. 1 label. For example, the Bears can give us Roy Williams, Devin Hester or Johnny Knox. Pick your poison. None are No. 1s. None would do well in these rankings.
So who did well? The real studs, the clear-cut No. 1s like Andre Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald.
Who did poorly? The guys from Jacksonville, Oakland and Chicago who are No. 1s by default.
So, here they are, one wide receiver from each team, the projected top receiver for each team, ranked from 32-1.
Jordan Raanan has covered the NFL since 2005. Follow him on Twitter at @JordanRaanan or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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