Led by Kenny Golladay, who is coming off consecutive 1,000-yards seasons, the Lions have a strong receiving corps. Marvin Jones is a perfect complement and has 3,318 yards and 27 touchdowns in four years with the Lions. Danny Amendola gives them an experienced option in the slot.
While the Bears may lack depth at running back, they do have a strong group of wide receivers led by Allen Robinson. Robinson hasn’t been helped by his quarterback play in recent years, but he still put up 1,147 yards and seven touchdowns last season. Along with Anthony Miller and Ted Ginn, this is a talented group.
Depending on Justin Jefferson’s rookie season, this group has the potential to rise up these rankings. Adam Thielen had over 2,500 receiving yards between 2017 and 2018 before an injury-hit 2019 season. Jefferson has star potential, but the Vikings did trade away Stefon Diggs.
Outside of Pro Bowl wide receiver Davante Adams, this is a largely unproven group for the Packers. Green Bay will be hoping Allen Lazard can build on his solid performances last season, while Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown can take the next step in their third years after coming off injury-hit seasons. This young group has potential but they now need to prove it.