On paper, the New York Giants have - arguably - the league's best group of wide receivers.
As we all know, though, with multiple stars, especially at the wide receiver position, things can get a bit a tricky when it comes to sharing the ball.
And quarterback Eli Manning knows that all too well.
While on SiriusXM NFL Radio, Manning talked about his group of wideouts and the outstanding ability they possess.
But he also wasn't afraid to speak to the downside of having all that talent on the field.
"We have a lot of weapons, but with that comes a lot of egos," said Manning. "And with the receivers, they all want the ball, and that's a good thing!
You want guys who want the ball, who feel they are open, who have the confidence that they are going to get open every play.
So, there is controlling that, obviously, trying to get them all the ball, keep em' all happy. But I think you get the best units when the guys all get along with each other."
Interesting comments from Mr. Manning, let's see if they take his word this season.