PFF reveals its top-10 WRs in the AFC

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The NFL has had many talented pass catchers.

We’ve seen the league shift to a pass-heavy approach by many teams.

This makes the wide receiver all the more important.

Both conferences have elite receivers but the AFC has a list of several notable names.

According to PFF’s Sam Monson, these are the top-10 wide receivers in the AFC.

Taking a look at this list, we take a look at some of the best players in the NFL.

Davante Adams, Tyreek Hill, and Ja’Marr Chase lead the list as the top three ranked receivers in the conference.

It’s hard to argue with any of those players as the best in the conference.

Each of them has a distinct style of play and has been one of the best in the league for many years.

The same can be said for Stephen Diggs who is at number four on the list.

But one name on his list that is higher than many people expected is Garrett Wilson.

He is the Offensive Rookie of the Year and only has one season under his belt.

He doesn’t have the track record of some star receivers behind him.

Still, with Aaron Rodgers now under center in New York, Wilson should be in for a monster season.

It won’t be a surprise to see him establish himself as one of the best in the NFL after this season.

After all, there are several star wide receivers in the AFC.

Every player on this list is a game-changing talent.

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