1. Wide Receivers
The Baltimore Ravens have built a wideout room so strong that GM Eric DeCosta told reporters on Friday that the franchise did receive calls asking about the potential availability of some of the WRs through the summer and for the first time in years. That tells you all you need to know about how this unit is perceived around the NFL.
The starting trio comprises Odell Beckham Jr., Rashod Bateman, and Zay Flowers. You can give any of those a WR1 role and honestly, nobody wouldn't bat an eye.
Even the veterans following those three in the pecking order--Nelson Agholor and Devin Duvernay--are players that could easily crack a start unit in half of the other 31 NFL franchises. And adding wood to the pass-catching fire there will be WR6 Tylan Wallace after he beat everybody else to the final spot in the unit, probably thanks to his special-team skills.
With the guidance of new offensive coordinator Todd Monken, the Ravens have assembled one of the strongest receiving units in the Lamar Jackson era, promising an exciting season ahead and ranking clearly ahead of the pack.