1. Tylan Wallace is as close to a lock as you can get
Most fans are ready to give the sixth wide receiver job to Tylan Wallace. Maybe it is because there are so many names competing for it, or maybe it is because Wallace has been a disappointment in his career to date, but it is hard to make him an official lock until the preseason is completely over.
There is still time for him to show us that he was just teasing us once again. Still, everything we saw from Wallace this preseason looks real and makes you think he will make the team. Wallace has two touchdowns, and he looked savvy hauling them in.
More important than that are 16 special teams snaps and four phases of work on special teams. As the sixth wideout, that is his path to the roster. It is fair that James Proche has 18 snaps on special teams, as does Tarik Black. Laquon Treadwell looked great on eight special teams snaps in week one and was dominating in training camp while getting work with the first team.
So, Wallace has not run away with it. Still, Proche had another contested catch fail, and Treadwell is banged up. His toughest tests are out, and he is one game away from locking down the sixth spot.