Washington Commanders: Three takeaways from win over Ravens
No shortage of receivers for the Washington Commanders
This isn’t the most shocking revelation. However, it’s great to see the depth prove itself time and time again. The Washington Commanders have a fantastic wide receiver corps.
Curtis Samuel still shows the potential to be a top-tier offensive weapon as well. He adds a fun dynamic to the offense and can open up a playbook.
Then there’s Dyami Brown. Brown has some struggles. The route running isn’t always there, and his hands aren’t the most reliable. That being said, Brown is electric. He gives Washington a deep threat that has proven over the last two years that he can make plays.
You can’t help but love Brown as a fourth option. Especially considering there’s still a ton of potential in his young career.
Technically, he’s not a wide receiver. You have to love what you’re seeing from tight end Cole Turner as well, though. Sam Howell seems to be comfortable with Turner. The tight end is rewarding him by proving to be a reliable option that can make some plays.
Washington has had Terry McLaurin as a top receiver in the NFL for a few years. All of a sudden, there’s a ton of talent around him. If Howell can continue to emerge as a legitimate quarterback, the Commanders have something special here.
McLaurin and Dotson could be the best wide receiver duo we’ve seen in Washington in a long time. Having depth behind them seems unfair.