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Power of Three: Top 3 current rookie wide receivers

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The NFL is starting to come to a close with the 2nd round of playoff finishing up, and people have been making their predictions for who will be in the super bowl. Some of these teams have had some really talented playmakers that will be expected to exceed beyond their expectations, for example Jared Goff, Patrick Mahomes, Brock Purdy, and future MVP winner Lamar Jackson. Those are all great players, but I’m here to talk about the impressive rookie wide receivers.

1. Puka Nacua. Puka Nacua plays for the Los Angeles Rams, and he’s easily the #1 rookie wide receiver. Puka has put together a very impressive 1486 receiving yards and 90 rushing yards, plus he added 6 touchdowns for the season. Sadly the Rams lost a shootout in the first round of the playoffs to the Lions, but there’s no doubt Puka was on fire with 181 rec yards and 2 touchdowns.

2. Jordan Addison. Jordan Addison plans for the Minnesota Vikings, and I think he’s had a pretty successful rookie year. He has tallied 911 rec yards and 10 total touchdowns. Sadly the Vikings didn’t make playoff this year, but the team was still pretty good. Jordan Addison had to play behind Justin Jefferson which made his stats and recognition go down a little bit.

3. Zay Flowers. Zay FLowers plays for the Baltimore Ravens, and obviously by their record he’s playing pretty well. Zay has totaled 858 rec yards and 5 tds this season. The Ravens received a first round bye in the playoffs, and will play the Houston Texans. Zay got blessed with one of the best QBs in the league, and has really contributed to the teams success.

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