In the modern NFL, everyone who touches the ball needs to be an excellent receiver with a chance of making things happen after the catch.
ESPN’s offense is built that way, with running backs who are a threat to embarrass linebackers, tight ends who can run over safeties and wideouts capable of both getting open in the tightest of windows and torching cornerbacks over the top.
The offensive line is mobile enough to routinely get to the second level on run-pass options and screens and big enough to bulldoze defensive linemen one-on-one. And the guys throwing them the football have a bit of a healthy rivalry going. Should make for some fun practices: