DeAndre Hopkins named NFL offensive player of year


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(John Glaser/USA TODAY Sports)
(John Glaser/USA TODAY Sports)

Pro Football Focus named DeAndre Hopkins the NFL offensive player of the year on Monday.

PFF graded Hopkins out at 92.5 over the course of a season where he didn't have a drop in 115 catchable targets.

They counted him as having the most catches in contested targets (25 receptions in 43 targets). He ranked in the top-10 in touchdowns (11), broken tackles (12) and deep receiving yards (387) per the outlet.

He totaled 1,572 receiving yards in 115 catches over the regular season.

Hopkins earned All-Pro honors for the 2015 and 2017 seasons as well.



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