2. Bills WR Stefon Diggs
After being a standout receiver for the Minnesota Vikings over the course of five years, Stefon Diggs has really upped his game after he made his way to the Buffalo Bills.
In his first season with the team, Diggs caught a league-high 127 passes, for an also league-high 1,535 yards and eight TDs. Diggs made the Pro Bowl that year and was obviously a First Team All-Pro selection.
The 2021 season saw similar success for Diggs, as he caught 103 passes for 1,225 yards and 10 TDs. This led to another trip to the Pro Bowl. While the 2021 postseason was somewhat lackluster for Diggs, as he only caught 6 passes for 67 yards and 0 TDs, it is worth noting how often he was used as a decoy.
He would draw double teams to open up space for his other receivers like Gabriel Davis, who was a star for the Bills in the Divisional Round game vs. the Chiefs. Diggs has been consistently one of the best receivers in the NFL over the last four seasons and more of the same is expected from him this fall.