USA TODAY Sports’ Lorenzo Reyes ranks and discusses the best offensive units in football.
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NFL rosters are essentially set until training camps open later this month. In the meantime, USA TODAY Sports has analyzed each team’s depth chart and is ranking units throughout the league.
Today’s positional group: Pass catchers
1. New York Giants: Odell Beckham Jr. has never had fewer than 90 catches, 1,300 yards or 10 TDs in a season. The hype is more than justified. Fellow WR Sterling Shepard caught 65 passes and scored eight times as a rookie. Now mix in WR Brandon Marshall, a red zone force who’s basically a tight end, along with first-round TE Evan Engram, who’s basically a wideout given 4.4 speed that probably makes him the fastest guy in the bunch. This aerial assault could be unrelenting.
2. Green Bay Packers: Jordy Nelson’s 13 yards per catch were his fewest since 2010, a nitpick considering he had a league-high 14 TD grabs a year removed from an ACL tear. Davante Adams surpassed Randall Cobb as Aaron Rodgers’ second-favorite…