Originally Posted by JCTexan
It's hard to imagine Hopkins not getting the same amount of targets that Kevin Walter had last year. If Hopkins can match K-dub's production, he will have around 40 catches for over 500 yards. Not really lofty projections but I still think that would be the biggest impact from a rookie this year.
12 yards per catch. Might as well have kept Walter.
I think it would help the team more if Hop ended up with something more like 500 yards with 30 catches. 16+ ypc. That's explosive, that's a playmaker, that's someone you've got to account for, someone who commands attention away from Aj
12 ypc is a pretty good TE keeping your LBs busy.