1. CeeDee Lamb, DAL
Lamb finally took over as the Cowboys' WR1 following the offseason departure of Amari Cooper. And the former 2020 first-round pick didn't disappoint.
The 24-year-old wideout put up career highs in targets (156), receptions (107), receiving yards (1,359) and receiving touchdowns (nine). He was selected to his second Pro Bowl, and his 1,359 receiving yards ranked sixth in the NFL.
Both Lamb and Brown could be number one on this list. They are both studs on their respective teams and are the main wide receiver targets on an elite offense.
Lamb should be in store for another elite season entering his fourth NFL year. The Cowboys' wideout has caught 260 passes for 3,396 yards and 20 touchdowns through his first three years with two Pro-Bowl appearances.
With another offseason with quarterback Dak Prescott, a first-team All-Pro season could happen for Lamb. Last year, he was named to the second-team All-Pro team and enters 2023 as the premier wideout in the NFC East.