Ranking NFL Receivers By Team: Odell Beckham, Brandon Marshall Make Giants Most Dangerous

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Julio Jones, Odell Beckham Jr., Dez Bryant and A.J. Green are among the NFL's best wide receivers.(Photo: USA TODAY Sports)

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NFL rosters are essentially set until training camps open later this month. In the meantime, USA TODAY Sports has analyzed each team's depth chart and is ranking units throughout the league. 

Today's positional group:

Pass catchers

1. New York Giants: Odell Beckham Jr. has never had fewer than 90 catches, 1,300 yards or 10 TDs in a season. The hype is more than justified. Fellow WR Sterling Shepard caught 65 passes and scored eight times as a rookie. Now mix in WR Brandon Marshall, a red zone force who's basically a tight end, along with first-round TE Evan Engram, who's basically a wideout given 4.4 speed that probably makes him the fastest guy in the bunch. This aerial assault could be unrelenting.

2. Green Bay Packers: Jordy Nelson's 13 yards per catch were his fewest since 2010, a nitpick considering he had a league-high 14 TD grabs a year removed from an ACL tear. Davante Adams surpassed Randall Cobb as Aaron Rodgers' second-favorite target, though that calculus could shift with the signing of TE Martellus Bennett.

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3. New England Patriots: Brandin Cooks can score any time he touches the ball. He's the latest ingredient to a pick-your-poison recipe that still consists of shifty Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola and long man Chris Hogan, whose 17.9 yards per catch led the AFC in 2016. And if TE Rob Gronkowski really is fully recovered from back surgery? Tom Brady could post numbers to rival his 2007 MVP season.

4. Atlanta Falcons: Did you know — Julio Jones' career average of 96.3 receiving yards per game is tops in NFL history, and more than 20 yards better than Jerry Rice? That's partially a function of the modern game but also indicative of why Jones is currently the gold standard at wideout and a threat to be the first 2,000-yard receiver. Mohamed Sanu and slot supreme Taylor Gabriel aren't mere understudies, and Matt Ryan predicts a sophomore surge from TE Austin Hooper.

5. Pittsburgh Steelers: Antonio Brown eyes a fifth consecutive 100-catch season. But he'll have to share more, and that's not a bad thing. Martavis Bryant's return from suspension is expected to have tremendous impact given 18% of his 76 career catches resulted in a TD. Sammie Coates can get deep, while second rounder JuJu Smith-Schuster is highly physical. WR Eli Rogers and TE Jesse James are also factors.

6. Dallas Cowboys: Fully healthy and adapted to Dak Prescott, Dez Bryant should revert to all-pro form, especially with defenses geared to stop Dallas' running game. Cole Beasley was the club's leading receiver last year, and TE Jason Witten just keeps on tickin'.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Don't expect Mike Evans to lead the league in targets now that DeSean Jackson and first-round TE O.J. Howard have arrived. All three present unique matchup problems — Jameis Winston can't stop gushing about Howard — and the third-year quarterback should quickly learn how to leverage his expanded menu. Cameron Brate, a solid tight end in his own right, and slot WR Adam Humphries will contribute, too.

8. Cincinnati Bengals: A.J. Green seems recovered from last year's hamstring tear. First rounder John Ross brings 4.2 speed and crisp route running, while Tyler Eifert is a premier tight end. But ... the latter two are recovering from major offseason surgeries.

9. Oakland Raiders: Even with room to improve, Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree are about as good as any wideout duo. New TE Jared Cook should have a field day operating underneath.

10. Seattle Seahawks: This offense will likely prevent TE Jimmy Graham from being the force he once was, but he still rebounded from a serious knee injury to have a strong second year in Seattle (65 receptions, 923 yards). Doug Baldwin deservedly remains Russell Wilson's preferred target, and Tyler Lockett or Paul Richardson could make a claim for the No. 2 receiver post.

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11. Los Angeles Chargers: They've got the potentially dominant guy who's finally healthy (Keenan Allen); the first rounder who should be a red zone monster (Mike Williams); the speed merchant (Travis Benjamin); and backups who embraced their opportunities last year (Tyrell Williams, Dontrelle Inman). One of the all-time great tight ends (Antonio Gates) remains along with his very capable successor (Hunter Henry).

12. Miami Dolphins: Jarvis Landry could be the next Hines Ward. Kenny Stills strikes fear into deep safeties. If DeVante Parker puts it all together, this could be one of the league's scariest trios. And TE Julius Thomas should benefit from returning to Adam Gase's offense.

13. New Orleans Saints: WR Michael Thomas led 2016 rookies with 92 grabs, 1,137 yards and nine TDs but must now master the No. 1 role after the Brandin Cooks trade. WR Willie Snead and TE Coby Fleener should see a lot of balls and maybe more room to operate with WR Ted Ginn stretching defenses. 

14. Denver Broncos: WRs Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders each surpassed 1,000 yards last year despite their raw quarterbacks. They'll have more impact as the passers develop. Depth is a problem.

15. Minnesota Vikings: Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen have matured into reliable starters. High expectations remain for 2016 first rounder Laquon Treadwell, who had one catch as a rookie. TE Kyle Rudolph is solid.

16. Indianapolis Colts: T.Y. Hilton's 1,448 receiving yards paced the NFL. Injuries limited Donte Moncrief last year, and former first rounder Phillip Dorsett has yet to bloom. TEs Jack Doyle and Erik Swoope are full of promise.

17. Carolina Panthers: TE Greg Olsen is Cam Newton's go-to guy, and that won't change until power forward WRs Kelvin Benjamin and Devin Funchess become more trusted rebounders. That process could be expedited by more quick-hitting passes as the offense evolves with rookies like WR Curtis Samuel and RB Christian McCaffrey, who could man the slot regularly.

18. Arizona Cardinals: After snatching a league-best 107 passes in 2016, WR Larry Fitzgerald, 33, continues to look as if he can play forever ... and the Cards may need him to if John Brown can't stay on the field.

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19. Tennessee Titans: The Terrell Owens comparisons are silly, but first rounder Corey Davis looks made to order for an offense that was only lacking a bona fide No. 1 receiver. Eric Decker and Rishard Matthews should complement Davis nicely as he settles in. TE Delanie Walker has been a Pro Bowler the past two seasons.

20. Philadelphia Eagles: Alshon Jeffery takes over as the top dog, allowing WR Jordan Matthews and TE Zach Ertz to resume more natural complementary roles. All of them will benefit from Torrey Smith's ability to take the top off a secondary.

21. Washington Redskins: The first team to lose two 1,000-yard receivers (DeSean Jackson, Pierre Garcon) in one offseason, they're hoping the arrival of Terrelle Pryor, development of Jamison Crowder and dominance of TE Jordan Reed can sustain the league's No. 2 passing offense.

22. Detroit Lions: Golden Tate is a tough customer, leading NFC receivers with 588 yards after the catch. But WR Marvin Jones couldn't maintain his hot start to last season, and TE Eric Ebron still doesn't consistently change games.

23. Jacksonville Jaguars: The good news was Marqise Lee's growth after two disappointing years. But injuries and Blake Bortles' regression limited WRs Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns a year after both posted 1,000 yards. 

24. Kansas City Chiefs: Travis Kelce is probably the most dangerous tight end in the league not named Gronk, and his 1,125 receiving yards in 2016 were most at the position. But the Chiefs took a calculated risk dumping Jeremy Maclin, believing Tyreek Hill is ready to be their No. 1 receiver. Hill is decidedly more explosive, yet only averaged 9.7 yards per catch as a rookie. 

25. Baltimore Ravens: Pretty nice when a player of Maclin's caliber falls into your lap in June. But the Ravens weren't barren at wideout, even after Steve Smith's retirement. Mike Wallace quietly had a 1,000-yard season, while Breshad Perriman had a nice second half. The bigger question is tight end after Dennis Pitta's unfortunate demise.

26. Houston Texans: As gifted as DeAndre Hopkins is, he may again be collateral damage amid ongoing growing pains under center. Will Fuller had an uneven rookie season. TEs C.J. Fiedorowicz and Ryan Griffin combined for 100 grabs and 1,000 yards.

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27. Buffalo Bills: Even if WR Sammy Watkins is healthy and productive in a contract year, they're still thin and inexperienced.

28. Chicago Bears: Cameron Meredith was a pleasant surprise, but is he a No. 1 receiver? For that matter, is Kevin White, the seventh overall pick in 2015? Otherwise, the Bears are relying on a crew of castoffs.

29. San Francisco 49ers: They signed Pierre Garcon to be the possession guy and Marquise Goodwin to be the speed guy. Throw in slot man Jeremy Kerley, and maybe they can do damage in new coach Kyle Shanahan's attacking scheme.

30. Cleveland Browns: The loss of Terrelle Pryor is mystifying given what he could've meant to the club's young passers. The Browns signed Kenny Britt, fresh off his first 1,000-yard campaign, instead and will hope for the best from WR Corey Coleman and TE David Njoku.

31. Los Angeles Rams: So much is contingent on QB Jared Goff's development. Still, Tavon Austin has given little indication he'll ever be a top receiver. Robert Woods is in the same boat, while rookie Cooper Kupp hopes to prove he's got a higher ceiling.

32. New York Jets: Quincy Enunwa is the new No. 1 receiver after approaching 1,000 yards last year. But how will he cope amid newfound attention and absence of Brandon Marshall? The Jets haven't had an impact tight end since Dustin Keller.

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Carolina Panthers' Christian McCaffrey, right, runs a drill against Alex Armah, left, during the NFL football team's minicamp in Charlotte, N.C., Thursday, June 15, 2017.  Chuck Burton, AP>FullscreenLos Angeles Chargers Melvin Gordon (28) runs a drill
Los Angeles Chargers Melvin Gordon (28) runs a drill during an NFL mini-camp held at the the Chargers facility Thursday, June 15, 2017, in San Diego. The mini-camp was the last Chargers' event to be held in San Diego before the team moves to Los Angeles.  Denis Poroy, AP>FullscreenLos Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff throws a pass
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff throws a pass during minicamp at California Lutheran University.  Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenPittsburgh Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt participates
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt participates in minicamp.  Keith Srakocic, AP>FullscreenGreen Bay Packers cornerback Lenzy Pipkins participates
Green Bay Packers cornerback Lenzy Pipkins participates in a tackling drill.  Adam Wesley, AP>FullscreenTampa Bay Buccaneers running back Alan Cross runs with
Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Alan Cross runs with the ball as defensive back Javien Elliott defends.  Kim Klement, Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenThe Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton (1) dances to music
The Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton (1) dances to music as Joe Webb (14) laughs during the team's minicamp in Charlotte.  Chuck Burton, AP>FullscreenDetroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (9) throws
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (9) throws the ball during practice at Lions Headquarters and Training Facility.  Raj Mehta, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenWashington Redskins running back Matt Jones (31) runs
Washington Redskins running back Matt Jones (31) runs through a drill during minicamp at Redskins Park.  Rafael Suanes, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenNew York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham (13) looks
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham (13) looks on as New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall (15) catches the ball during mini camp at Quest Diagnostics Training Center.  William Hauser, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenMinnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5)
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5) and quarterback Sam Bradford (8) drop back to pass at Winter Park in Eden Prairie, MN.  Brad Rempel, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenBaltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) throws
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) throws a pass during the first day of minicamp at Under Armour Performance Center.  Patrick McDermott, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenCarolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers, right,
Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers, right, runs a drill during the NFL football team's minicamp in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday, June 13, 2017.  Chuck Burton, AP>FullscreenSeattle Seahawks linebacker Arthur Brown (42) lifts
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Arthur Brown (42) lifts an inflatable ball during NFL football practice, Friday, June 9, 2017, in Renton, Wash.  Ted S. Warren, AP>FullscreenNew England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throws to
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throws to Dion Lewis during practice.  Elise Amendola, AP>FullscreenDallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott takes a
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott takes a break to drink water during practice in Frisco, Texas.  LM Otero, AP>FullscreenGreen Bay Packers quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers (12),
Green Bay Packers quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers (12), Brett Hundley (7), Joe Callahan (6) and Taysom Hill (8) during the team's organized team activities.  Mark Hoffman, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenThe Los Angeles Chargers' Phillip Rivers throws during
The Los Angeles Chargers' Phillip Rivers throws during practice in San Diego.  Chris Carlson, AP>FullscreenThe Cleveland Browns' Myles Garrett runs through drills
The Cleveland Browns' Myles Garrett runs through drills during the team's organized team activity in Berea, Ohio.  Ron Schwane, AP>FullscreenSeattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson greets
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson greets running back Eddie Lacy during practice in Renton, Wash.  Ted S. Warren, AP>FullscreenTennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota passes
Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota passes during the team's organized team activity in Nashville.  Mark Humphrey, AP>FullscreenMinnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater throws
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater throws a pass during team drills in Eden Prairie, Minn.  Jim Mone, AP>FullscreenThe Cleveland Browns' DeShone Kizer (7) throws while
The Cleveland Browns' DeShone Kizer (7) throws while Brock Osweiler (17) looks on during the team's organized team activity in Berea, Ohio.  Ron Schwane, AP>FullscreenNew England Patriots quarterbacks Tom Brady and Jimmy
New England Patriots quarterbacks Tom Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo warm up during practice in Foxborough, Mass.  Elise Amendola, AP>FullscreenDenver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (88)
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (88) during organized training activities at the UCHealth Training Center.  Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenHouston Texans wide receiver Braxton Miller (13) runs
Houston Texans wide receiver Braxton Miller (13) runs through drills during the team's organized team activity at its NFL football training facility Wednesday, May 31, 2017, in Houston.  Bob Levey, AP>FullscreenDallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) runs a
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) runs a drill during an organized team activity at its NFL football training facility in Frisco, Texas, Wednesday, May 31, 2017.  LM Otero, AP>FullscreenMiami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17) hands
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17) hands off to running back Jay Ajayi during an NFL organized team activities football practice, Wednesday, May 31, 2017, at the Dolphins training facility in Davie, Fla.  Wilfredo Lee, AP>FullscreenJacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette (27) runs as offensive guard Patrick Omameh (77) blocks during organized team activities at Everbank Field.  Logan Bowles, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenNew Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) hands
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) hands the ball off to running back Adrian Peterson (28) during organized team activities at the New Orleans Saints training facility.  Stephen Lew, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenMay 25, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA;  New York Giants
May 25, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (90) runs through blocking dummies during OTA practice at Quest Diagnostics Training Center.  Noah K. Murray, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenNew England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady catches
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady catches the ball during organized team activities Thursday, May 25, 2017, in Foxborough, Mass.  Bill Sikes, AP>FullscreenKansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt (27) participates
Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt (27) participates in a drill during the team's organized team activity at its NFL football training facility Wednesday, May 24, 2017, in Kansas City, Mo.  Charlie Riedel, AP>FullscreenCarolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton smiles as
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton smiles as he runs past teammates during the NFL football team's organized team activity in Charlotte, N.C., Thursday, May 25, 2017.  Chuck Burton, AP>FullscreenCarolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen (88) catches
Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen (88) catches a pass during the NFL football team's organized team activity in Charlotte, N.C., Thursday, May 25, 2017.  Chuck Burton, AP>FullscreenDallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden (20) runs
Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden (20) runs a drill during OTAs at the Star in Frisco.  Tim Heitman, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenMinnesota Vikings wide receiver Michael Floyd pulls
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Michael Floyd pulls in a pass during NFL football practice Wednesday, May 24, 2017, in Eden Prairie, Minn.  Jim Mone, AP>FullscreenWashington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) hands
Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) hands the ball off to Redskins running back Samaje Perine (32) during drills as part of Redskins OTAs at Redskins Park.  Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenDetroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay catches
Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay catches a pass during an NFL football practice in Allen Park, Mich., Wednesday, May 24, 2017.  Paul Sancya, AP>FullscreenCleveland Browns quarterback Brock Osweiler (17) hands
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brock Osweiler (17) hands off to running back Isaiah Crowell (34) during organized team activities at the Cleveland Browns training facility.  Ken Blaze, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenOakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch during
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch during a team activity Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Alameda, Calif.  Eric Risberg, AP>FullscreenHouston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson (4) throws
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson (4) throws the ball during OTA practices at Houston Methodist Training Center.  Troy Taormina, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenHouston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt (99) runs drills
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt (99) runs drills during OTA practices at Houston Methodist Training Center.  Troy Taormina, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenSan Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) trains
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) trains during a football practice Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in San Diego.  Gregory Bull, AP>FullscreenPittsburgh Steelers defensive backs watch as cornerback
Pittsburgh Steelers defensive backs watch as cornerback Artie Burns (25) goes through a drill during an NFL football practice, Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Pittsburgh.  Keith Srakocic, AP>FullscreenTennessee Titans quarterbacks Marcus Mariota (8), Matt
Tennessee Titans quarterbacks Marcus Mariota (8), Matt Cassel (16) and Tyler Ferguson (5) run a drill during the team's organized team activity at its NFL football training facility Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Nashville, Tenn.  Mark Humphrey, AP>FullscreenKansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15)
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) runs drills during the organized team activities at the University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex.  Denny Medley, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenKansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (10) runs
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (10) runs drills during the organized team activities at the University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex.  Denny Medley, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenDenver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian (13) and
Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian (13) and quarterback Paxton Lynch (12) during organized training activities at the UCHealth Training Center.  Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenChicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky (10) looks
Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky (10) looks to pass as quarterback Mike Glennon (8) and offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, right, watch during NFL football practice Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Lake Forest, Ill.  Nam Y. Huh, AP>FullscreenIndianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton (13) makes a catch
Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton (13) makes a catch against Donte Moncrief (10) during the team's organized team activities at its NFL football training facility, Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Indianapolis.  Darron Cummings, AP>FullscreenSan Francisco 49ers wide receiver Aldrick Robinson
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Aldrick Robinson makes a catch during the team's organized team activity at its football training facility Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Santa Clara, Calif.  Marcio Jose Sanchez, AP>FullscreenLos Angeles Rams tackle Andrew Donnal (64) defends
Los Angeles Rams tackle Andrew Donnal (64) defends against linebacker Carlos Thompson (53) during organized team activities at Cal Lutheran University.  Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenLos Angeles Rams safety Cody Davis (38) participates
Los Angeles Rams safety Cody Davis (38) participates in tackling drills as special teams coach John Fassel watches during organized team activities at Cal Lutheran University.  Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenNew York Jets quarterback Josh McCown (15) throws a
New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown (15) throws a pass during organized team activities at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center.  Ed Mulholland, USA TODAY Sports>FullscreenNew York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker (87) catches
New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker (87) catches a pass during organized team activities at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center.  Ed Mulholland, USA TODAY Sports>Fullscreen

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