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LA Chargers: Ranking the AFC West wide receiver rooms

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen
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1. Denver Broncos: Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, KJ Hamler, Tim Patrick, Seth Williams, Diontae Spencer

The Denver Broncos have the best receiving corps in the AFC West, it is just a shame that they have one of the worst starting quarterbacks in the entire league in Drew Lock trying to pilot them.

Luckily for fans of the Denver Broncos, the team added Teddy Bridgewater. So when the Broncos are predictably underperforming by Week 7 you can give the car keys to Teddy B, who will get you to where you need to go but won't do anything special on the way.

I know that Charger fans may disagree with this assessment but the Broncos have several very talented receivers and the depth of the position is fantastic. The LA Chargers still have the best receiver in the division in Keenan Allen but Denver's depth beats out LA.

I like both Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton more than I like Mike Williams. Fans are forgetting about Sutton since he was hurt last year but he is a legitimate WR1. Sutton is only 25 and had over 1,100 receiving yards in 2019. He is only going to get better.

Jeudy was my personal WR1 coming out of the draft in 2020 and he was solid for Denver. He did have a case of the drops at times but he showed no struggles in creating separation for himself.

KJ Hamler is one of the better slot receivers in the league and while Tyron Johnson can have a breakout year, Hamler is more of a surefire thing. Tim Patrick would not be the WR4 on most NFL teams and gives the Broncos great depth while Seth Williams and Diontae Spencer are great options to have as the WR5 and WR6.

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It might be painful to say but the Denver Broncos have a better receiving corps than the LA Chargers.

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