Ranking the NY Jets and every AFC East wide receiver room

Do the Jets have the best wide receiver room in the AFC East?
NY Jets, Garrett Wilson, Corey Davis
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1. Miami Dolphins

This was an easy choice. While you could argue that the Miami Dolphins' wide receiver depth behind their top two receivers leaves something to be desired, there's no denying the talent of their two stars.

Tyreek Hill is one of the best wide receivers in football — quite possibly a top-two player at his position. Despite offseason chatter that his production could see a dip without Patrick Mahomes, Hill actually put together the best season of his career to this point.

The former Kansas City Chiefs wideout finished with an incredible 119 catches for 1,710 yards and seven touchdowns. Hill is a perfect fit in Mike McDaniel's offensive scheme and one of the most dominant players at any position in the NFL.

Meanwhile, Jaylen Waddle is arguably the best WR2 in football. Waddle has topped 1,000 yards in each of his first two seasons, including a 1,356-yard performance in 2022. He led the NFL with a ridiculous 18.1 yards per reception.

The Dolphins also signed former Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios to serve as their de facto WR3. Others such as Cedrick Wilson, River Cracraft, and another former Jet, Robbie Chosen (yes, that's his name now), will compete for snaps in a speedy wide receiver room.

Hill and Waddle are as good as any one-two punch in the NFL, which is what earns the Dolphins the top spot on this list.