Similar to Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill, A.J. Brown was traded last offseason by the Titans to the Philadelphia Eagles. It was a great move for him as he would have an excellent season and become Jalen Hurts favorite target.
Last season, Brown had 88 receptions, 1,496 receiving yards and 11 receiving touchdowns. This season shouldn't change much for Brown as he will once again be heavily targeted in this Eagles' offense and White will have a busy day when the Buffalo Bills play Philadelphia.
The final wide receiver is another from the NFC East in Dallas Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb. The former first round pick by the Cowboys has steadily seen his stats increase over his first three years in the league and had career highs last year with 107 receptions, 1,359 receiving yards, and 9 receiving touchdowns.
This season should not be anything new for Tre'Davious White as he has routinely been asked to cover the opposing team's best wide receiver. If he can bounce back to the All-Pro level he showed before his injury, then the Buffalo Bills defense has a great chance of slowing these teams passing games down.