Cooper Kupp was borderline unstoppable this season. He led the NFL in receptions (145), yards (1,947) and touchdown catches (16), becoming just the fourth player to win the triple crown since 1970.
He remained dominant in the postseason with 33 catches, 478 yards, six touchdowns and Super Bowl MVP honors, capping off what was statistically the greatest season by a wide receiver in NFL history – if you include his playoff numbers.
Brian Baldinger broke down Kupp’s play throughout the season, but now with the year over, he analyzed his overall performance from Week 1 to the Super Bowl.
It’s a great film breakdown, as you’d expect, and shows exactly how Kupp won with his routes and what he did well.