No. 2 – WR Tyreek Hill

 

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“Anything above 3.00 yards per route run over any extended period is an exceptional rate of production for an NFL receiver. Hill averaged 3.82 yards per route run this season, a mark that dropped to 3.72 when including the frigid playoff game against the Chiefs. That’s the second-most efficient season PFF has ever tracked from a wide receiver. and only injury late in the year prevented him from chasing down and breaking the league’s all-time single-season receiving record.”