Colston now leads the league in receiving, and there's a half left (1 Viewer)

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coming into this week:
1. A. Johnson HOU 752
2. R. Wayne IND 732
3. R. Williams DET 719
4. M. Colston NO 700
5. M. Harrison IND 698


Today
Johnson 56 F
Wayne 42 F
Williams 81 F
Colston 128 H
Harrison 21 F
 

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Offensive ROY

So many good things have happened for the Saints this year. Colston is a large piece of the puzzle.

When was the last time a rookie lead the NFL in receiving at this point in the season and at the end of the regular season?
 

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Brees also leads the league in passing yards now.

Also, Reggie and Colston are the only rookie tandem to have 50 receptions each in NFL history.
 
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So it looks like this:

M. Colston 828

A. Johnson 808

R. Williams 800

R. Wayne 774

M. Harrison 719

Colston is a bad man.
 

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So it looks like this:

M. Colston 869**

A. Johnson 808

R. Williams 800

R. Wayne 774

M. Harrison 719

Colston is a bad man.
since the game is finished but I'd rather it was higher considering he had at least 4 balls that went right through his hands...
 

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Leading the league, the kid is unbelievable. Congrats again Colston!
 

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