No. 2: Commanders WR group
Even though the Washington Commanders did little to bolster their wide receiver options throughout the offseason, one notable addition could propel this gifted unit to heights not seen before. That is, of course, the arrival of Eric Bieniemy.
The former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator made his big switch to the nation's capital to get full control of the scheme. Bieniemy also felt there was enough talent at the skill positions to ensure this big gamble pays off with a future head coaching gig down the line.
Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel, and Jahan Dotson represent a dynamic starting trio capable of wreaking havoc on any given down. Their numbers were decent last season despite almost no consistent quarterback production, so there's just no telling what can be accomplished if Sam Howell meets his end of the bargain.
The signal-caller's previous connection to Dyami Brown in college could mean a huge upturn in targets for the one-time North Carolina standout. He's a little more imposing physically than the rest, which is something that won't go unnoticed by Bieniemy.
Marcus Kemp and Dax Milne will fancy their chances and undrafted free agent Kazmeir Allen has drawn plenty of praise this offseason. So there is also plenty of strength in depth in the event injury strikes at some stage.