In Part 3 of the best AFC South offensive duos, it is now time to take a look at the top wide receiver for each team and where they rank.
After two rounds of rankings, the Indianapolis Colts are the leaders in the AFC South with eight points in the rankings, followed by the Houston Texans and the Jacksonville Jaguars each with five points, and the Tennessee Titans are in fourth place with three points after the quarterbacks and running backs have been ranked.
In the final installment of these three-part rankings, the wide receivers of the AFC South are in the spotlight, and for good reason because the four players mentioned — including DeAndre Hopkins of the Texans — are some of the highest-quality wide receivers in the league, and not just in the AFC South.
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In today’s NFL, the wide receiver spot is very important due to the fact the league is more of a passing league than anything else, so the better the wide receivers, the better the offense.
In terms of the Texans, that works fine because with Hopkins, they have one of the very best wide receivers in the game today.
Though Hopkins is a great wide receiver, don’t for a second overlook the rest of the AFC South as the Colts have T.Y. Hilton, the Jaguars bring Dede Westbrook to the party and the Titans have Corey Davis.
All three of those players are either special or have the talents to become special players in their own right.
Listed next are the top wide receivers for each team, ranked in order of who is the best in the AFC South before training camp and the 2019 NFL regular season.