In today's NFL, teams are super focused on building an elite talent group at wide receiver and tight end. And with the lines between those two positions blurring, it's becoming more important to find talent that transcends positions.
The "X, Y and Z" labels are disappearing in the NFL and are no longer descriptions of a type of player. Jimmy Graham has ruined that, as he's a wide receiver playing tight end. Consider that players such as Calvin Johnson and Mike Evans are built like tight ends, but they can line up anywhere on offense; you see what NFL defenses must deal with on a play-by-play basis.
But which NFL team has the best collection of talent heading into the 2014 season? Forget the tight end and wide receiver labels, we're talking straight-up talent at the pass-catcher positions.
Basing the rankings on past success, predraft rankings for rookies and expected impact and development (as well as suspensions), here is a look at which teams have the most talent collected at wide receiver and tight end.