As our own Nathan Beighle wrote last week, the Bengals' receivers room has a bit of mid-2000s vibe to it nowadays, just with less fake nameplates and man buns. Instead of Chad Ochocinco and T.J. Whosyourmama, the less extravagant and equally effective duo of A.J. Green and Tyler Boyd spearhead the group of pass-catchers for quarterback Andy Dalton. The state of receiver play in the NFL has never been as strong as it is today. We've gone from the rules making life easier for wideouts to lower-level coaches advising receivers to switch to cornerback due to the saturation of the talent pool. To be mentioned as one of the best receivers in the game in 2019 is more of honor than it was 10 years ago.
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