It's that time of year again when we rank the NFL's top 15 quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers.
Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant all made the cut last year. Will that continue after this season's disappointing finish? Here's our wide-receiver edition.
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Here are the wide receivers:
1. Antonio Brown, Steelers
The six-time Pro Bowler shows no signs of slowing down at 29. He just finished his eighth season and his sixth with at least 1,100 yards. Brown led all players in 2017 with 1,533 yards to go along with his nine touchdowns.
2. Julio Jones, Falcons
Over the last four seasons, Jones has finished among the top three players in receiving yards. He remains the top big-body pass-catcher in the game. Jones has totaled at least 1,400 yards each of the last four seasons.
3. DeAndre Hopkins, Texans