Best available red zone targets
So much of today's success in the passing game inside the red zone has to do with whether a team has a big, physical presence on the outside who excels in winning one-on-one matchups on a jump ball. It's one of the biggest, if not the biggest reason, why tall corners have become so coveted over the past five years or so.
Here are five of the best receivers in this class when it comes to the QB just throwing it up and allowing his target to do what he does best -- win the jump ball.
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