Top Ten Most Yards Per Catch in 2014 (By NFL Wide Receiver)
Which Wideouts Had the Most Yards Per Catch Last Year?
2015 NFL Offseason
Hope y’all had an awesome long weekend. It’s officially summertime in my world, which means lots of baseball, beer, and boats. But, rest assured, the NFL is never far from my mind. I’m even rocking an NFL shield ball cap today. This morning, we’re going to run through the receivers who had the top ten most yards per catch (on average) during the 2014 season.
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1. Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson averaged 20.9 yards per catch in 2014. Now if only the team could figure out that whole quarterback situation.
2. Arizona Cardinals WR Michael Floyd averaged 17.9 yards per catch last year.
3. Cleveland Browns WR Taylor Gabriel (one of the least known players on this list, but hey, somebody had to step-up while Josh Gordon was selling cars) averaged 17.3 yards per catch.
4. Dallas Cowboys WR Terrance Williams averaged 16.8 yards per catch over the course of 2014.
5. San Diego Chargers WR Malcom Floyd averaged 16.5 yards per catch last season.
6. Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton averaged 16.4 yards per catch in 2014.
7. Tennessee Titans WR Nate Washington averaged 16.2 yards per catch last year.
8. Staying in the AFC South, Houston Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins averaged 15.9 yards per catch over the course of last season.
9. Baltimore Ravens WR Torrey Smith (who is no longer with the club) averaged 15.7 yards per catch in 2014.
10. St. Louis Rams WR Kenny Britt averaged 15.6 yards per catch during the 2014 NFL season.