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Top 5 NFL receiving corps that will light up 2014 (1)

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Today's NFL has evolved into more of a passing league. 21 Quarterbacks passed for over 3,000 yards last season, and that number could keep increasing. There were 16 quarterbacks who had over 500 pass attempts, meaning they averaged throwing the ball over 30 times a game.

Someone has to be the recepient of those passes and we'll take a look at the top five receiving cores in the NFL. Just because Andre Johnson is on your team, doesn't mean it puts them in the top five.

Different variables such as depth at the position, pass catching tight ends that are basically receivers are factored in too. (which has helped the passing game immensely)

Here's a look at 1-5:

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