Atlanta Falcons: Julio Jones
Pound for pound, Julio Jones is the best wide receiver in football. he may be on the wrong side of 30-years old now, but he doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. The Ravens will gladly add his talents to their average wide receiving core.
Carolina Panthers: Christian McCaffrey
Christian McCaffrey is so much more than a running back. McCaffrey has numerous NFL records for receiving stats as a runner, such as single-season receptions (has the top-two), and is one of just three players with 1,000-yards both as a runner and receiver in a single-season. “CMC” would be the focal point of Baltimore’s offense and do literally anything the team could ask of him at a high-level.
New Orleans Saints: Michael Thomas
He may be the biggest cry baby in football, but my goodness is Michael Thomas good at what he does. Thomas set an NFL single-season record 149 receptions in 2019 and has the surest hands in all of football. The Ravens passed on Thomas back in 2016 in favor of *checks notes* Kamalei Correa. Yikes… Time to right this wrong.
Tamba Bay Buccaneers: Mike Evans
Chris Godwin has made everyone forget that Mike Evans is still with the Buccaneers. Evans is one of two players in NFL history to start their careers with six consecutive 1,000-yard seasons… the other is Randy Moss. Evans has also reached the endzone 48 times in that span and has a ridiculous 15.7 career YPR average. He’s a massive man, too, at 6’5″ 231-lbs. and will be just 27-years old when the season gets started. Baltimore would love to has this dude outside.