DeAndre Hopkins vs Mike Williams Stats

DeAndre Hopkins Career Mike Williams
136 Games Played 76
1,272 Targets 424
789 Receptions 245
62.0% Catch Percentage 57.8%
10,581 Receiving Yards 3,920
13.4 Yards Per Reception 16.0
68 Touchdowns 28
566 1st Downs 186
76 Longest Catch 72
8.3 Yards Per Target 9.2
5.8 Receptions Per Game 3.2
77.8 Receiving Yards Per Game 51.6

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Hopkins totaled 10,581 yards through the air in 136 games for his career. He snagged 789 balls thrown his way which means he averaged 13.4 YPC. His longest reception of his career went for 76 yards and he was able to haul in 62.0% of the passes thrown to him. Hopkins (68 touchdowns) had an average of 77.8 yds per game receiving and he averages 5.8 catches per contest in his career.

Mike Williams has played in 76 games in his career. His catch percentage is 57.8% and he has that by catching 245 of the 424 passes that went his way. He has a total of 3,920 yards and has an average of 16.0 yards/catch. Thus far in his career, Williams is sitting with 28 touchdowns and has a long reception of 72 yards. His catches per contest and yards per game average are 3.2 and 51.6 yards.

DeAndre Hopkins (2021) Most Recent Season Mike Williams (2022)
10 Games Played 4
64 Targets 31
42 Receptions 18
65.6% Catch Percentage 58.1%
572 Receiving Yards 258
13.6 Yards Per Reception 14.3
8 Touchdowns 2
32 1st Downs 10
55 Longest Catch 50
8.9 Yards Per Target 8.3
4.2 Receptions Per Game 4.5
57.2 Receiving Yards Per Game 64.5

Hopkins laced them up in 10 games in his final season. His caught pass percentage during his final year was 65.6% and he got there by grabbing 42 of the 64 throws that went his way. He earned 572 yards during his final year and had an average of 13.6 yards per reception. During his final year, Hopkins had 8 touchdowns and his longest catch of the season was 55 yards. Hopkins was responsible for 572 yds in his last season.

Williams has snatched up 258 receiving yards in his 4 contests this season. He has snatched 18 passes thrown his way which means he averages 14.3 yards per catch. His longest reception this season went for 50 yards and he has been able to snag 58.1% of the balls thrown in his direction. Mike Williams (2 receiving TDs) has an average of 64.5 yards per contest receiving and he has 4.5 receptions per game. Williams has compiled 258 yds.