1. WR Cooper Kupp. We noted Kupp's regular-season numbers above, but let's put them in some historical context. Kupp's 145 catches were the second most in a single season in NFL history, trailing only Michael Thomas's 149 in 2019. Thomas averaged 11.6 yards per catch that year to finish with 1,725 yards; Kupp averaged 13.4 yards per catch to finish with 1,947 yards, the second-most in league annals behind Calvin Johnson's 1,964 in 2012. Kupp's 16 touchdown catches also led the NFL during the regular season. His consistency in 2021 has been equally impressive; Kupp recorded more than 90 receiving yards in 16 of his 17 regular-season outings and never put up fewer than 60, last week's Wild Card game included. The 6-2, 208-pound pass-catcher out of Eastern Washington combines good size with great hands and an incredible ability to separate from defenders. He's a precise route runner who excels on every type of pattern; in fact, NFL Next Gen Stats says he was the only player in the NFL in 2021 to have at least 200 receiving yards on five different types of routes (he also scored on each of those five routes). If Todd Bowles and the Buccaneers choose to blitz Stafford on Sunday, the men in the secondary had better keep an eye on Kupp because Stafford has targeted him on 39% of the drop backs on which he was blitzed in 2021. That's the highest rate for any player in the NFL.
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