NFL: How many and which wide receivers have been triple crown winners in the regular season?

The 2021 campaign of the National Football League (NFL) was historic for cooper kuppwho established himself as the best wide receiver in the league, winning the triple crown, being named Offensive Player of the Year, winning the superbowl with Los Angeles Rams, and be named Most Valuable Player of the same.

Kupp has plenty of arguments to be able to put his season as one of the best in history for a player who plays, having won practically everything he could have won both individually and collectively.

But, what is the triple crown? It is named after the triple crown, the player who led the regular season in total receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns, something that Kupo achieved in 2021, something that had not happened since 2005, and that has only happened in total 4 times.

It should be noted that this can also happen for running backs, who run, and would need to lead in total carries, rushing yards, and rushing touchdowns, as well as quarterbacks, who should lead in total passing yards. , percentage of completed passes, and passes for touchdown.

Jerry Rice – San Francisco 49ers

Legendary 49ers wide receiver Jerry Rice was the first to achieve such a feat, winning the triple crown in 1990 with 100 receptions, 1,502 total yards, and 13 touchdowns.

Sterling Sharpe – Green Bay Packers

Another historic wide receiver of the 90’s, and the second to complete this milestone, in the 1992 campaign, with final numbers of 108 receptions, 1,461 total yards, and 13 touchdowns.

Steve Smith- Carolina Panthers

The third in history to do so, achieving the triple crown in the course of 2005, when he had 103 receptions, 1,563 total yards, and 12 touchdowns.

Cooper Kupp – Los Angeles Rams

It took 17 years for someone to do it again, and the outstanding receiver was Kupp, who had 145 receptions, 1,947 total yards, and 16 touchdowns, more than any of the first 3 to achieve it, in each of the 3 categories, so Kupp can say he had the best and most complete season in history for a wide receiver.

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NFL: How many and which wide receivers have been triple crown winners in the regular season?