Cooper Kupp became the first player in NFL history to accomplish this feat

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Cooper Kupp has put together a historic season with the Rams this year, setting all kinds of franchise and NFL records. He’s been a model of consistency, stepping up for Los Angeles all season long.

He continued to rack up the receptions and yards on Sunday against the Vikings, helping lead the Rams to a 30-23 win. Kupp caught 10 passes for 109 yards on 13 targets, pushing closer to Calvin Johnson’s single-season receiving record that was set in 2012.

Kupp set a record of his own by topping 90 yards once again, the 14th time he’s done it this year. Kupp broke a tie with Antonio Brown and Michael Irvin for the most 90-yard games in a season, hitting that number 14 times in 15 games.

He’s only had one game where he didn’t go for at least 90 yards receiving and now has four straight 100-yard games. He’s topped 90 yards in 11 straight games, as well, with his only subpar performance coming in Week 4 against the Cardinals when he had five catches for 64 yards.

Kupp now has 1,734 yards on the year, which leads the NFL and is only 230 yards shy of tying Johnson’s single-season record.

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