DeAndre Hopkins, Travis Kelce, Stefon Diggs within 10 yards of NFL receiving lead
The race for the NFL to take the lead in receiving yards comes to an end with three players within 10 yards of the lead with two games to go.
Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins currently leads the NFL with 1,324 receiving yards. He is followed by Travis Kelce, who has 1,318 reception areas, and Stefon Diggs, who has 1,314 reception areas.
Hopkins, who led the NFL in his freshman year as a cardinal for yards, would be another cruel blow to Texan fans in a season of cruel punches. Former Texas trainer and general manager Bill O'Brien sent Hopkins to Arizona in a deal that was derided at the time and is now even more derided because Hopkins had a great year and the Texans were so bad they were O. 'Brien sacked the season four weeks later.
Kelce may be the first close ending in NFL history to lead the NFL in receiving yards. He's also only 60 yards from breaking the NFL record for a season for getting yards with a narrow end that George Kittle set up at 1,377 yards in 2018.
Like Hopkins, Diggs was part of a high profile deal this off-season and did everything as well as his new team had hoped. His arrival coincided with the emergence of Josh Allen as one of the NFL's top young quarterbacks.
No one else is within 100 yards of the received lead, so this looks like a three-man race with Hopkins holding the slightest lead on the track.
DeAndre Hopkins, Travis Kelce and Stefon Diggs within 10 meters of the NFL who took the lead originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
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