The NFL has a product that is a true team sport.
NBA teams can win with three dominant players while MLB squads need a number of reliable hitters.
But football is different because it’s like clockwork on every play.
Every man on the field knows his role and will do anything to execute his job well.
Therefore, players depend on one another to steer themselves to victory.
A running back who had over 200 rushing yards has to thank his offensive line for the gaps they produced.
Meanwhile, wide receivers should thank their quarterback for executing the plays for them.
Speaking of which, there are exceptional wideouts that can change a game’s complexion.
It takes a shutdown cornerback, or a couple of defenders to prevent them from having a big day.
Former quarterback and NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky calls them Number 1 wide receivers.
That name makes sense because they are the primary option.
More importantly, they become the number one priority for opposing teams.
Number 1 WRs change how defenses play an offense. On Mondays Defensive Coordinators sit down and ask “what are we going to do with ___”
Those WRs are:
— Dan Orlovsky (@danorlovsky7) June 13, 2022
Orlovsky tweeted, “Number 1 WRs change how defenses play an offense. On Mondays Defensive Coordinators sit down and ask ;what are we going to do with ___’”
Who Are The Number 1 Wide Receivers?
Orlovsky included a list of wide receivers who can take over games if not checked.
It’s no surprise that these players are either Pro Bowlers or All-Pros.
However, only Hill and Kupp have won a Super Bowl.
Still, they are the worst nightmare for the defensive backs who will try to slow them down.