Through four games, Los Angeles Rams star Cooper Kupp ranks second in the league when it comes to receiving yards.
Watching Cooper Kupp suffer a torn ACL last November was a devastating blow for the Los Angeles Rams when looking at how reliable the wideout has proven to be on offense since joining the NFL in 2017.
Not to mention, after watching the Rams struggle to put up points in the Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots, it’s also difficult not wonder if the results would have been different with Kupp in the lineup.
But unfortunately, there’s nothing Los Angeles can do other than move on from what took place last February, and use this as a learning experience to improve moving forward in case they happen to be in a similar situation a few months from now.
Normally, there are some concerns surrounding any player suffering a torn ACL like Kupp did, but one of the reasons the Rams seemed so confident in the wideout returning to his normal ways was due to the work put in during the offseason while recovering.
Each time there seemed to be some sort of update surrounding Kupp’s status, it always seemed to be a positive one.
And while there were some concerns over how Kupp would look in a meaningful game as Week 1 approached, Los Angeles quickly learned their beloved wideout was back at full strength.
Just how great has Kupp been for the Rams on offense?
For starters, Kupp has not only found the end zone three times over the last two games for Los Angeles, but the former Eastern Washington star looks to record his fourth 100-yard game in a row on Sunday when taking on the Seattle Seahawks.
With the rate Kupp is going, it should be easy for him to set new career highs across the board, and if that wasn’t already exciting enough, maybe the Rams wideout will find a way to lead the league in receiving yards as well.
Entering Week 5, Kupp is currently second in the NFL with 388 receiving yards, only behind Keenan Allen of the Los Angeles Chargers (452).
Plenty could change over the next few months since it’s only the first week of October, but just seeing Kupp mentioned on an impressive list like this is already exciting enough for the Rams.
Kupp was already considered one of the biggest steals from the draft back in 2017, and if he can somehow find a way to lead the league in receiving yards during his third NFL season, it will only build a stronger case for the Rams receiver.