NFL Top 5 League Leaders: Receiving Yards

NFL has announced their Top 5 league leaders of Receiving Yards. Here is the list of Players who made the season magnificent with Receiving skills.

Cooper Kupp

Kupp's final line of statistical splendor reads: 145 receptions, 1,947 receiving yards, 16 receiving touchdowns. His marks for catches and yards are each the second-most in NFL history.

Justin Jefferson

Vikings star receiver Justin Jefferson fell 17 yards short of setting a new franchise record for the most receiving yards in a single season. He finished with 108 catches for 1,616 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Davante Adams

Davante Adams has established himself as one of the most consistently dominant wide receivers in the entire NFL. He has eclipsed both 110 receptions and 1,350 receiving yards in three of his last four seasons. Adams has also recorded ten or more touchdowns in five of his last six seasons.

Ja'Marr Chase

Chase name in leaderboard comes as no surprise. He's the best NFL player anyway. Cincinnati Bengals rookie wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase surpassed Chad Ochocinco for the most receiving yards in a single season in Bengals history. He finishes his rookie regular season with 1,455 yards, 81 receptions with 13 touchdowns.

Deebo Samuel

Either we talk about receiving skills or touchdown, Deebo never fail to impress his fans. This season was something out of the box for Deebo Samuel. With 1405 receiving yards, Deebo secured himself in leaderboard.

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