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

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Where do Denver Broncos receivers stack up in AFC West?

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I don’t think it’s outrageous to think that the Denver Broncos have the best group of wide receivers in the AFC West.

With the poor quarterback play the past few seasons, Denver hasn’t been able to get the attention they deserve with their receivers.

Now, with Russell Wilson in the mix, Denver will have the chance to show the entire league what their pass-catchers can do.

Courtland Sutton is a true number one, and both Jerry Jeudy and Tim Patrick could hold the WR1 title themselves if needed.

KJ Hamler might be the best WR4 in the league, so Denver should see massive production from their receivers this season.

Some of their depth pieces include Seth Williams, Tyrie Cleveland, and Travis Fulgham.  I’m hoping that Travis Fulgham can make some noise and crack the active roster, but do not expect any other Broncos receiver to make a ton of noise.

Sutton, Patrick, Jeudy, and Hamler will be plenty for the Denver Broncos.

It’s the best and deepest unit in the AFC West.

I think the Raiders have the best overall receiver in the division in Davante Adams, and the Chargers’ Keenan Allen might be better than anyone Denver has at the moment, but as an entire unit, Denver takes the cake.