DeAndre Hopkins caught 115 passes last year, but with only 6 touchdowns. In NFL history, who are the only two players who’ve caught even more passes than Hopkins (in a season) while catching even fewer touchdowns?
Wes Welker and Calvin Johnson. In 2009, Welker caught 123 passes, but with only 4 TDs. (Welker in 2012 also had one of these kind of seasons, with 118 catches and 6 TDs.) In 2012, Johnson caught 122 passes and 5 TDs. (Jimmy Smith in 1999 caught one more pass than 2020 Hopkins, also with 6 TDs.)