Cooper Kupp becomes first Super Bowl-era player to accomplish feat in seven games
If Kupp continues at that pace, his 136 catches would be tied for third in NFL history while his 1,965 yards would be the greatest of all time. The 22 touchdowns would be the second in league history, behind Randy Moss (who had 23 in 2007). Kupp also became the fifth wide receiver to record at least nine catches, 125 receiving yards and two touchdowns in consecutive games, joining Andre Rison (1990), Cris Carter (1995, 1999), Drew Bennett (2004) and Antonio Brown. (2017) the exclusive list. He’s also the fourth player in the Super Bowl era with at least two touchdown receptions in four of his team’s first seven games of a season, joining Steve Watson (1981), Moss (2007) and Calvin Johnson ( 2011).
Cooper Kupp becomes the first player of the Super Bowl era to achieve this feat in seven games. He’s the only player in the league with more than eight touchdowns (Mike Evans and DeAndre Hopkins each have seven).
Kupp’s historic start sets him up for one of the best seasons a wide receiver has ever had. He becomes a weekly watch to see if he can become the first 2000-yard receiver in NFL history.
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