NFL 2012: Power Ranking the Best WR Corps in the AFC South

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The AFC South is famous for running backs, but all four teams took advantage of the draft to build their receiving corps.

After years of rushing champions playing for teams with losing records, the South is retooling with young quarterbacks and dynamic receiving targets.

In all, there were six wideouts taken by AFC South teams, with four of those going in the first three rounds. A division that already featured talent like Reggie Wayne, Andre Johnson and Kenny Britt just got better.

Before the draft, I was convinced the Titans had the best cadre of receivers, with the Texans close behind. Since then, the Jaguars added Justin Blackmon and Tennessee picked up Kendall Wright.

Was it enough to flip the rankings?

So with an influx of talent at wideout, how do the receiving units stack up now? Watch the video to find out.

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