Every NFL team’s most electric offensive weapon

Every NFL team has offensive weapons who can be difference makers. These players have the ability to change a game in an instant due to their speed and playmaking abilities.


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An All-Pro in three consecutive seasons with Houston, Hopkins has established himself as arguably the top wideout in the NFL. He was traded to Arizona in the offseason and is looking to accumulate his sixth 1,000 yard season in seven years.


Atlanta Falcons: Julio Jones, WR

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Jones has shown nearly unmatched consistency during his nine-year career with Atlanta, with six straight seasons with over 1,300 receiving yards. The Falcons star has also made seven Pro Bowls during his career as one of the top deep threats in the league.


Baltimore Ravens: Lamar Jackson, QB

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Fresh off an MVP campaign, Jackson is the premier multi-dimensional threat at quarterback in the NFL. He finished his first full season as a starter with a league-leading 36 touchdown passes to go along with 1,206 rushing yards.


Buffalo Bills: Stefon Diggs, WR

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Diggs was traded from Minnesota to Buffalo after his second consecutive 1,000 yard receiving season. The speedy wideout averaged an elite 17.9 yards per catch last season and could be a great fit for Josh Allen’s strong arm in Buffalo.


Carolina Panthers: Christian McCaffrey, RB

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McCaffrey was deserving of a lucrative contract extension after leading the NFL with 2,392 yards from scrimmage and 19 touchdowns in 2019. He’s likely to remain the centerpiece of the Panthers offense for years to come.


Chicago Bears: Tarik Cohen, RB

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Cohen is used selectively as a third down back and punt returner for the Bears, but his speed still strikes fear in opposing defense when he gets the ball in his hands. Through three seasons, Cohen has averaged 5.7 yards per touch and was an All-Pro in 2018.


Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Mixon, RB

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Cincinnati has added several significant offensive players for the 2020 season, but Mixon remains the Bengals’ most dynamic weapon. Mixon has produced more than 1,400 yards from scrimmage in consecutive seasons for a mediocre Bengals offense.


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Cleveland Brown: Odell Beckham, WR

Cleveland Brown: Odell Beckham, WR

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Few players in the NFL have more run-after-catch ability than Beckham, who has produced five 1,000 yard seasons in his six years in the league. He finished his first year in Cleveland with 1,035 yards receiving and four touchdowns.


Denver Broncos: Courtland Sutton, WR

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Sutton was a breakout star for the Broncos in 2019, with 72 receptions for 1,112 yards and six touchdowns. He enters 2020 as Denver’s top receiver in an offense that has added several new weapons.


Detroit Lions: Kenny Golladay, WR

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The comparisons to former Lions star Calvin Johnson have been natural for the 6-foot-4 Golladay since he was drafted in 2017, and he’s started to fulfill the lofty comparisons. Golladay has produced consecutive 1,000 yard receiving seasons and led the NFL with 11 receiving touchdowns in 2019.


Green Bay Packers: Aaron Jones, RB

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Aaron Rodgers is the clear leader of the Packers offense, but Jones emerged as another key player in 2019. Seeing an uptick in playing time, Jones led the NFL with 19 touchdowns and also had 1,558 yards from scrimmage. He’s proved to be one of the elite multi-dimensional backs in the league.


Houston Texans: Brandin Cooks, WR

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Cooks has four 1,000 yard receiving seasons in six years, showing himself to be a regularly outstanding deep threat. He struggled in 2019 with the Rams due in part to injuries but is hoping to rebound this year in Houston while effectively replacing top wideout DeAndre Hopkins.


Indianapolis Colts: T.Y. Hilton, WR

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Hilton has made four Pro Bowls during his eight-year in career in Indianapolis, averaging 15.6 yards per catch for his career. He also has five 1,000 yard seasons during his Colts career and has been the team’s top offensive weapon for most of that time.


Jacksonville Jaguars: DJ Chark, WR

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Chark had breakout season for the Jags in 2019, finishing with 73 catches for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns. With an organization that has seen extreme personnel turnover in recent seasons, Chark appears to be one of Jacksonville’s building blocks.


Las Vegas Raiders: Henry Ruggs, WR

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Raiders fans are excited awaiting Ruggs’ rookie season after running an electric 4.27 second 40-yard dash at the combine. He starred at Alabama in college and gives the Raiders an exciting top weapon as they move to Las Vegas.


Los Angeles Chargers: Keenan Allen, WR

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Allen is one of the game’s best route runners and an explosive player in his own right. The longtime Charger has made the Pro Bowl in three consecutive seasons, accumulating more than 1,100 yards receiving in each of those campaigns.


Los Angeles Rams: Robert Woods, WR

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Woods has added pressure as a top wideout on the Rams following the trade of Brandin Cooks. Head coach Sean McVay has found more ways to get Woods the ball over the last two years, and he has rewarded McVay with more than 1,200 yards from scrimmage in consecutive seasons.


Miami Dolphins: DeVante Parker, WR

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The Dolphins organization was frustrated with the inconsistency of their 2015 first-round pick early in his career, but he finally put it all together last year. Parker was an elite deep threat with 16.7 yards per catch, finishing the season with 1,202 receiving yards and nine touchdowns.


Minnesota Vikings: Dalvin Cook, RB

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Staying healthy was an issue for Cook in his first two seasons, but he showed himself to be an elite back in 2019. He finished the season with 1,654 yards from scrimmage and 13 touchdowns in 14 games as the catalyst on the Vikings offense.


New England Patriots: Julian Edelman, WR

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The Patriots offense will see a changing of the guard in 2020 with the departure of Tom Brady, but his favorite receiver remains in town. Edelman has had a long and productive career as a high-volume receiver, with elite quickness and ability to create separation. He has three 1,000 yard seasons for his career, including a carer-high 1,117 yards receiving last season.


New Orleans Saints: Alvin Kamara, RB

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Michael Thomas has become arguably the game’s top wide receiver, but Kamara is even scarier with the ball in his hands. Over three seasons, the running back has averaged 5.0 yards per carry and 6.1 yards per touch, with at least 1,300 yards from scrimmage in each of his three seasons.


New York Jets: Le'Veon Bell, RB

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Bell struggled behind a poor offensive line in his first season with the Jets but remains one of the most dynamic running backs in the NFL. He has more than 1,200 yards from scrimmage in five of his six NFL seasons.


Philadelphia Eagles: DeSean Jackson, WR

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Jackson has had trouble staying healthy in recent seasons, but his speed still stands out when he’s on the field. One of the best deep threats of his era, Jackson has averaged 17.4 yards per catch during his career and has five 1,000 yard seasons.


Pittsburgh Steelers: JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR

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Smith-Schuster struggled last season with injuries and poor quarterback play in Pittsburgh, but he became one of the elite NFL receivers in 2018 with 1,426 yards receiving. He’s looking to rebound in 2020 with Ben Roethlisberger back healthy.


San Francisco 49ers: Deebo Samuel, WR

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Samuel had a terrific rookie season for the 49ers, making an impact as both a receiver and runner. He had 802 yards receiving and added 159 yards rushing and three touchdowns on only 14 carries in Kyle Shanahan’s creative offense.


Seattle Seahawks: Tyler Lockett, WR

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Lockett has been a solid wide receiver and returner during his five seasons in Seattle. He emerged as the team’s No. 1 wideout following the retirement of Doug Baldwin last year, finishing with his first 1,000 yard season.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mike Evans, WR

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Evans has created a great wide receiver tandem with Chris Godwin in Tampa Bay. The wideout made the Pro Bowl for the third time in 2019, accumulating his sixth 1,000 yard season.


Tennessee Titans: A.J. Brown, WR

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Brown had an incredible rookie season for the Titans, immediately becoming a No. 1 wideout with 1,051 receiving yards and nine total touchdowns. His 20-yards-per-catch average is almost unfathomable in the NFL.


Washington Redskins: Terry McLaurin, WR

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McLaurin had a great rookie year despite poor quarterback play in 2019. The Ohio State alum finished with 58 catches for 919 yards and seven touchdowns in 14 games for Washington, averaging nearly 16 yards per catch.

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