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, and also about to emerge from the 2017 and 2018 drafts. With most of the current top-tier receivers in the league hovering around the age of 30, it's a good time to take a look at where things stand for the future.In the next few seasons, we're going to see some of the league's best pass-catchers take a step backwards, and inevitably there will be a handful waiting in the wings to take their place. It will be interesting to see which of the youthful wide outs will be doing so Chuma Edoga Jersey
, but needless to say, there are many potential candidates. Let's see which ones fit the bill.Ranked below is a projection of who the 15 best NFL wide receivers will be for the 2020 season. The half-way point of the 2017 NFL season is upon us. We've had teams who were supposed to be booms that busted and pretenders that have emerged as contenders. Kaepernick is still unemployed and the Browns have already made their way through the quarterback carousel. Veterans, such as quarterback Josh McCown, have outplayed their preseason predictions and rookies Trevon Wesco Jersey
, like Kareem Hunt, have torched opposing defenses. Tom Brady looks like Tom Brady, and Packers' fans are trying to figure out how they can donate a collarbone.One aspect of that we quickly forget in the heat of the season is how well each team drafted. Did they pick up the right player to fit their system? Teams like the Houston Texans can affirmably say yes, because Deshaun Watson looks like the QB the Texans have searched for since their birth as a franchise.But some questions that linger when disappointments happen are; was the stage too big for the rookie? Is Mel Kiper Jr. wrong as usual? You can't always judge a player on the first-half of their rookie year. Take for example Peyton Manning. He threw 26 interceptions in his first year in the NFL and now he's a first-ballot hall of famer. But Shareef Miller Jersey
, we can still judge these rookies based on their projected performance and today, we will five into 15 draft picks that teams are already regretting!