1. DeAndre Hopkins is gonna rewrite the record book.
After delivering yet another massive fantasy line on Sunday (10-148-2), Hopkins is now on pace to finish his season with 139 catches for 1,936 yards. He's topped 100 yards in four of his six games, plus he reached 98 in another. Hopkins has been unfair, basically. He's dragging Brian Hoyer to fantasy relevance, which is no minor achievement. Hopkins' 148-yard effort this week was somehow only his third-best total of the year. That's absurd.
In case you were wondering, the NFL single-season record for receptions is 143 (Marvin Harrison, 2002) and the all-time yardage mark is 1,964 (Megatron, 2012). Those records are pretty clearly at risk. Hopkins has seen 89 targets over six weeks, which means he's on pace for an unfathomable 237. Last year, Demaryius Thomas led the league with 184. No defensive tactic has been particularly effective against Hopkins to this point (obviously). I'm not sure there are more than five three two playersRead More »from Fantasy Takeaways, Week 6: DeAndre Hopkins is giving us an all-time season