Of this group, who ends up with the most receptions, rec yrds, and rec TDs.
I believe that volume is key here. I could say any of the four and be completely wrong because they are all very capable of proving me wrong. But, as I was saying, volume is the key here.
Mike Evans took a step back in 2018, after being the most targeted WR in football in 2017. I believe his best shot at topping a category of this group is the receiving TDs. He always gets red zone opportunities due to his size and it seems as the Bucs have made it clear they want more TDs from Evans in 2018.
The player who I actually believe will end up with the most receiving TDs is Devante Adams. Adams has 22 touchdown receptions in the last two season. Look for the same tupe of numbers especially with Jordy Nelson out of the picture. Bringing us back to my original point: volume.
Keenan Allen will return and continue to be the goto WR for Philip Rivers. I believe he has the best chance at topping the category of receiving yards for 2018. The smooth route runner is able to create space in his routes and in open field. It also helps having a QB that is not afraid of flinging it down the field, even in tight coverage.
Man, I’m such a big fan of Michael Thomas. How could I not be? Right? I mean he’s put up astounding numbers in just two seasons. Out of the four WRs mentioned in this post, I believe he’ll finish with the most receptions AND receiving yards. We can talk about the volume of each of the other three receivers, but no one in the league had more receptions than Michael Thomas in 2017.
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