DeAndre Hopkins envisions better numbers in Arizona
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins said he expects to produce better stats in Arizona.
"So myself, being a receiver, of course I see my stats going up," Hopkins said of the Cardinals' pass-friendly approach. "But I definitely see myself having one of my more productive seasons." Hopkins was held to three-year lows across the board last year with the Houston Texans. He should have no problem boosting his numbers as the Cardinals' top option on offense, especially if Kyler Murray takes a step forward in his second season.
Hopkins is the WR5 in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings. Our models project him for 148.9 targets, 98.7 receptions, 1,219.7 yards, and 7.4 touchdowns.
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