Only six times have offenses featured two players both catching 100-plus passes in a season. What is the only team that has done this twice?
Denver. Rod Smith and Ed McCaffrey did it in 2000, and Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders pulled it off in 2014. Indianapolis did it in 2009 (Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark), so credit Peyton Manning as the only quarterback to do it with different teams. Detroit in 1995 (Herman Moore, Brett Perriman) was the original pair. There were two of these pairs last year – Pittsburgh (Antonio Brown, JuJu Smith-Schuster) and Minnesota (Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs).