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DeAndre Hopkins ranks as the 17th best player in the NFL according to PFF

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The Arizona Cardinals got a steal in trading for DeAndre Hopkins.

Trading away just a second and fourth round pick along with David Johnson.

In his first year he proved his worth, putting up massive numbers and showing he is still the top wide receiver in the NFL.

PFF ranked him as the 17th best player in the NFL.

From PFF:


New team. New quarterback. Same old dominant performances from DeAndre Hopkins. His signature play was a phenomenal catch on a Hail Mary where he outjumped multiple defenders to come down with an improbable touchdown, but Hopkins was also the second-leading receiver in the league in terms of yardage and generated 2.25 yards per route run despite a very predictable alignment pattern and an average depth of target of just 9.0 yards.

He will likely be the highest ranked Arizona Cardinals player according to PFF, which is not surprising, as he has shown to be one of the better players in the NFL.

What do you think?

Is Hopkins ranked high enough?