Matthew Stafford has defended two of the greatest seasons in NFL history

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Matthew Stafford has just completed one of the best seasons of his career, marking his Super Cup victory. He did it with help Cooper Coop which probably had best season any broad receiver in NFL history.

This morning on Good morning football they tried to consider Kuppa’s season in perspective using this chart, which shows the highest number of yards in one regular season and postseason together. It turned out to be a hell of a season. Kupp had 448 yards more than Larry Fitzgerald in 2008. Jerry Rice and Calvin Johnson were right behind Fitzgerald.

Clearly, Kupp has played in 21 games in the extended regular season, averaging 114.5 yards per game. Fitzgerald played in 20 games in 2008 and Rice played in 17 in 1995. Arguably, the most impressive season is Calvin Johnson’s 2012 season, where he played 16 regular-season games, reaching 122 yards per game.

In just two post-season games in Johnson’s career he had a total of 17 catches for 296 yards and two touchdowns, so who knows what he could do with five more games. Especially considering his defender that season was … Matthew Stafford.



Matthew Stafford has defended two of the greatest seasons in NFL history

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