NFC East: GMEN HQ’s All NFC East Team

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Jan 4, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant (88) runs after a reception against the Detroit Lions in the NFC Wild Card Playoff Game at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Wide Receivers:

The wide receiver position is probably what the NFC East does best. When you look at the Giants offense you see two of the best receivers in the NFL. Dez Bryant of the Cowboys could make an argument that he is the best receiver in the NFL right now. When I say that the NFC East is the flashiest division it is because of these incredible receivers.

1. Dez Bryant: Bryant is an unstoppable superstar. He is just too big, too strong and too fast to keep covered for sixty minutes of football. In the past two seasons Bryant has become one of the most hard to defend players in the game.

2. Odell Beckham Jr.: Beckham Jr. is a star who put up astronomical numbers in his first season in the NFL. The Giants receiver became a household name when he made an unfathomable catch against the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football. It was clear that Beckham Jr. was a special talent.

3. Desean Jackson: If Jackson had Manning or Romo throwing him the football his numbers would be off the charts. Jackson has great speed and quickness. He runs great routes and proves that speed kills in the NFL.

4. Victor Cruz: Cruz is coming off a devastating injury. If Cruz can get back to his superstar form, the Giants are going to be an awfully tough task for opposing defensive backs. We all need a little more touchdown celebrating salsa dancing in Giants Nation.

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