As stated before, the run game is the strength of this offense. It is very difficult to gauge how well this receiver group has performed so far due to the quarterback situation and injuries to Michael Gallup and James Washington prior to the regular season.
One staple of the offense has been CeeDee Lamb. He has yet to take the step to bona fide No. 1 status, but he has been solid and consistent in his production. He currently leads the team in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns with 42, 556, and three respectively. He also sits in the top 10 in the NFL in receiving yards prior to Week 9 action.
Noah Brown has been quite the surprise as well as he is second on the team in receptions and receiving yards with 25 and 339. He has certainly helped fill the void left by Cedrick Wilson, who left in free agency, and Gallup while he was recovering from an ACL tear.
The receivers are more sure-handed than last year, however, having only five of the teams’ eight drops this season, three by Lamb and two by Gallup. They have played actually a lot better than I would have expected, but there have certainly been some missed opportunities due to drops (looking at you, Lamb).