By Gavino Borquez
With some downtime before training camp, we will be ranking each positional group in the AFC West entering the 2019 season to gear you up for the upcoming campaign.
Yesterday, we ranked the quarterbacks. Today, we will be ranking the six best wide receivers in the division.
Williams had a slump in his first season as a Charger. The former Clemson product dealt with a back injury throughout the course of the year and failed to live up to his first-round expectations. Even when he played, he was underwhelming to say the least.
This past season, the big-body wideout showcased the reason why the team spent the No. 7 overall pick on him. Williams totaled 11 touchdowns, good for No. 5 among all wide receivers in the NFL.
His 664 receiving yards ranked No. 2 on the team behind Keenan Allen, and Williams posted a three-touchdown performance to pave the way to end the losing the streak to the Chiefs.
With the departure of Tyrell Williams, the former Tiger should expect a great amount of targets to top his production in 2018.
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