They just talked about this on ESPN First Take. They said Green Bay is number one, which I agree with 100%. You can't beat Jennings, Driver, Jones, Nelson, Finley.
Then they mentioned Atlanta, San Diego and Dallas.
Atlanta has White and 101-year old Tony Gonzalez, plus the unproven rookie who had the dropsies in college. And Harry Douglas.
San Diego has Vincent Jackson, who's a beast, Antonio Gates, Malcolm Floyd and Patrick Crayton. Jackson and Gates are great.
Dallas has Miles Austin, who's great, then Dez Bryant, who has potential
to be great if he would grow up and become a student of the game rather than just getting by on athleticism, then Witten, but then what? Ogletree as your number 3?
If your WRs only go 2 deep, I don't consider that a top "unit."
Who are your top 3 or top 5 WR units in the NFL?