NFC East wide receiver corps ranked from worst to best in 2023

The WR talent in the NFC East is extensive. Which team has the best corps,
Oct 2, 2022; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (13) and wide
Oct 2, 2022; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup (13) and wide / Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
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A season ago, the NFC East made plenty of noise, with all four teams finishing at .500 or better. The division features some of the best and most exciting players in the league, and the Dallas Cowboys boast several of them at various positions.

One position group that stands out well within the division is wide receiver. When you stack up the best receivers from the East, you will come away with all-pro and pro-bowl-level talent. 

Which team has the best-receiving core? Or how about the deepest? Let’s rank the four wide receiver corps of the NFC East from worst to first. 

4. New York Giants 

Last season the Giants may have had arguably the worst receiving core in the league, and as the season went on, it didn’t get any better. 

Injuries played a role, but the worst part was having a $72 million receiver in Kenny Golladay being completely non-existent. In his two seasons as a Giant, he caught just one touchdown and was rightly released this offseason.

Yet, New York still managed to find ways to get things going offensively, largely thanks to what finally seems to be the right coaching staff. 

As the Giants head into 2023. The front office had to address the unit and provide quarterback Daniel Jones with more weapons. 

I give credit where it’s due. The receiving core is much deeper with additions like Parris Campbell, Jamison Crowder, and rookie Jalin Hyatt and bringing back Sterling Shepherd, Darius Slayton, and last year's surprise in Isaiah Hodgins as well as having second-year receiver Wan'Dale Robinson. 

The Giants can look at this room and realize each player brings a certain skill set to help this offense. 

However, they are the only team in the division lacking a true number one, and the unit does not compare to the rest of what the division possesses -- making them far and away the worst group in the NFC East.