I can make the argument that there are 30 wide receivers in the NFL right now who can call themselves a "top 10" wide receiver in the NFL right now, but who are ACTUALLY the top 10 WRs in the NFL?

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Wide receiver is the deepest position in the NFL, there are so many incredibly talented guys who can dominate the game on any given Sunday. But who are the 10 Best Wide Receivers in the NFL going into the 2024/2025 season? Here is my list...

1. Justin Jefferson, Minnesota

2. Ja'Marr Chase, Cincinnati

3. Tyreek Hill, Miami

4. CeeDee Lamb, Dallas

5. Aj Brown, Philadelphia

6. Dj Moore, Chicago

7. Amon-Ra St. Brown, Detroit

8. Mike Evans, Tampa Bay

9. Davante Adams, Las Vegas

10. Keenan Allen, Chicago

Next Group (11-20, rank them however you want): Cooper Kupp, Puca Nucua, Amari Cooper, Brandon Aiyuk, DK Metcalf, DeVonta Smith, Stephon Diggs, George Pickens, Deebo Samuel, Chris Olave.

Tier 3 (21-30, guys who can be top 10 on any given Sunday, rank them how you want): Terry McLaurin, Garret Wilson, Tee Higgins, Calvin Ridley, Jaylen Waddle, Drake London, Nico Collins, Marvin Harrison Jr., Malik Nabers, Rome Odunze.

All of the 30 names listed above can be the number 1 WR in the NFL on any given Sunday, that's what makes the WR position so deep in the NFL right now. My top 10 is the way it is based on talent, history of success, style of play, and my own eye test. But I truly believe you can argue that 30 WRs are "top 10" WRs in the NFL right now.

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