How the Denver Broncos receivers stack up in the AFC West in 2022

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CINCINNATI, OHIO – JANUARY 15: Hunter Renfrow #13 of the Las Vegas Raiders against the Cincinnati Bengals during the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at Paul Brown Stadium on January 15, 2022 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) /

Where do Denver Broncos receivers stack up in AFC West?

2. Las Vegas Raiders

The Raiders struggled with consistent receiver talent for years, but the duo of Hunter Renfrow and Davante Adams is very good.

Davante Adams was traded from Green Bay to Las Vegas earlier this offseason.

This then allowed the Raiders to send Bryan Edwards to the Falcons a few days ago.

With Darren Waller in the mix, the Raiders have one of the best groups of pass-catchers in the NFL.

However, like the Chargers, outside of their top two players, their depth is questionable.

The Raiders are going to see heavy volume from both Adams and Renfrow.  I would not bank on another receiver being able to consistently produce week to week.

They have Keelan Cole, Mack Hollins, and Demarcus Robinson, who are all competent backups, but nothing that scares anyone.

Vegas’ receiver room is one of the better ones in the league.  The depth will probably end up being just fine, and their top players are two of the best; Renfrow might be the best slot receiver in the league, and Adams is coming off two killer seasons with the Green Bay Packers.