4. Baltimore Ravens
I’ll admit that this wide receiver group could have been scary if the Ravens were able to land one of the top receivers in the 2020 NFL Draft. However, Baltimore elected to ignore the position until round three where they took Texas receiver, Devin Duvernay.
Marquise “Hollywood” Brown is one of the league’s fastest wide receivers, but outside of him and Miles Boykin, the Ravens are lacking talent at the position. Fortunately for them, they make up for it with the NFL’s best run game, but their lack of depth at receiver could hurt them if they are forced to put up points in a hurry.
The Steelers don’t have the worst group of receivers in the AFC North, and they will soon have a chance to climb much higher than this. Youth isn’t always a good thing (especially in a closing Super Bowl window) but the Steelers have a lot of it. Let’s hope their group of wideouts continue to show improvement in 2020 and beyond.