Throughout the month of May and June, Touchdown News reveals the typical NFL team voted by the editorial staff. It is a question of choosing the players that each would like in his team at the moment T. Friday, the receivers were in the spotlight. This Saturday, we reveal the details of the votes.
Each editor was able to make his top 10, and the ranking is the result of all the votes.
Scale: 1st = 10 points, 2nd = 9 points… 10th = 1 point.
Clearly dominated by the two most prolific receivers of last season who stand in a handkerchief, the plateau of receivers in this ranking is enough to turn heads and worry the best defenses. Complete, regular, playmakers and decisive, they all carry their attack on their backs. Or rather with their hands.
Behind the leading quartet which breaks away, a group of 4 pursuers stands at around ten points. A group of which Tyreek Hill only 9th does not belong. Can the pocket receiver, transferred with great fanfare to Miami, shine as much without Patrick Mahomes?
Faced with such a density in a position very rich in great talents, the always brilliant Keenan Allen and the formidable AJ Brown just failed at the gates of the Top 10. It must be said that by chaining an 8th season in a row beyond 1000 yards, Mike Evans does not steal his place.
1 – Cooper Kupp – Rams – 123 points
2 – Davante Adams – Raiders – 120 points
3 – Ja’Marr Chase – Bengals – 83 points
4 – DeAndre Hopkins – Cardinals – 72 points
5 – Justin Jefferson – Vikings – 58 points
6 – Deebo Samuel – 49ers – 53 points
7 – Stefon Diggs – Bills – 48 points
8 – Terry McLaurin – Commanders – 46 points
9 – Tyreek Hill – Dolphins – 36 points
10 – Mike Evans – Buccaneers – 23 points