We ran an item recently highlighting the underutilized wide receivers in Kansas City. The other three teams playing today skew the other way, with their 6 main wideouts among the busiest players in the league at the position.

The Eagles traded for A.J. Brown, but the other five main wideouts on those teams -- DeVonta Smith, JaMarr Chase, Tee Higgins, Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel -- were all selected with early draft picks. And all six of them finished in the top 25 in the league last year in yards per game (minimum of 12 games).

(For Samuel, I took the liberty of adding his 18 rushing yards per game to his 48 receiving yards per game. Whether on receptions or runs, a huge part of the offense when healthy.)

Justin Jefferson1718412818098106.4
Tyreek Hill1717011917107100.6
Stefon Diggs1615410814291189.3
Davante Adams1718010015161489.2
A.J. Brown171458814961188.0
Ja'Marr Chase12134871046987.2
CeeDee Lamb171561071359979.9
Jaylen Waddle17117751356879.8
Mike Evans15127771124674.9
Amon-Ra St. Brown161461061161672.6
DeVonta Smith17136951196770.4
Terry McLaurin17120771191570.1
Chris Olave15119721042469.5
Mike Williams139363895468.8
Amari Cooper17132781160968.2
Chris Godwin151421041023368.2
Deebo Samuel139456632266.4
Christian Kirk17133841108865.2
Garrett Wilson17147831103464.9
Jerry Jeudy1510067972664.8
Tyler Lockett16117841033964.6
Tee Higgins16109741029764.3
D.K. Metcalf17141901048661.6
Brandon Aiyuk17114781015859.7
Marquise Brown1210767709359.1

Some will recall Cincinnati getting some heat for selecting Chase when they could have drafted a top offensive tackle instead. Not many people saying that now.

While Aiyuk has been a nice player he hasn't really been a difference maker. But in general, these teams can credit wide receiver play for some of why they're still playing. Kansas City has got there without those guys doing much. The other three final four teams have used those players a lot.

--Andy Richardson