Cooper Kupp breaks Rams single-season record for receiving yards

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  • Los Angeles Rams
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Cooper Kupp already set the Rams’ single-season receptions record last week against the Vikings, catching 132 passes in the team’s first 15 games. On Sunday against the Ravens, he set another franchise record.

With his fourth catch of the game, which went for 21 yards, Kupp broke Isaac Bruce’s mark for the most receiving yards in a single season in team history. Bruce held the previous record with 1,781 yards set in 1995, but Kupp topped that number with 1,801 yards and counting – and he did so in 16 games, proving he didn’t need the extra week to break it.

Kupp has put together one of the best seasons ever, catching 136 passes for 1,801 yards and 15 touchdowns up to this point. He’s just the fourth receiver ever with 100 catches, 1,500 yards and 15 touchdowns, joining Jerry Rice, Marvin Harrison and Randy Moss.