DK Metcalf's 2020 Season Has Him in Hall-of-Fame Company
By Zach Brunner
Aside from the mental lapse that resulted in a fumble instead of a touchdown last week, second-year wide receiver D.K. Metcalf has been dominant and elite this season. His start to the season has been nothing short of spectacular. In fact, it has him in Hall-of-Fame company.
Through three weeks, Metcalf ranks third in the NFL in receiving yards, with 297. He has totaled over 90 yards in all three games, while also finding the end zone each week. If Metcalf can keep this trend going this week against the Miami Dolphins, he would become the third player in NFL history with four such games to begin the season. The previous two to accomplish this feat were Marvin Harrison and Randy Moss — two Hall-of-Fame wide receivers.
With an over/under sitting at 54 for the Week 4 matchup, the game figures to feature plenty of offense. It's clear that Metcalf is a go-to player for Russell Wilson, so he has a great opportunity make it four games in a row with 90+ yards and a touchdown.
If Metcalf can continue his current pace, he would finish with 64 receptions for 1,584 yards and 16 touchdowns over a full season.
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