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Cooper Kupp is having one of the greatest seasons for a receiver in NFL history. The deeper the Los Angeles Rams go into the playoffs, Kupp has more of a case for the greatest season ever for a pass catcher. 

Kupp is the first player ever in NFL history to have over 2,000 receiving yards in a season, having 2,191 yards through 19 games this year (regular season and postseason combined). Larry Fitzgerald had 1,977 yards in 2008 in 20 games for the Arizona Cardinals while Jerry Rice finished with 1,965 yards in 17 games for  the San Francisco 49ers in 1995. 

Kupp also has 159 catches on the season, the most for any player in a season in NFL history (including postseason). He passed Michael Thomas for the most receptions in a season (156) during the Rams' divisional round win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Kupp joined Jerry Rice (1990), Sterling Sharpe (1992), and Steve Smith (2005) as the only players in the Super Bowl era to capture the triple crown for receiving. To hold the receiving triple crown, a player needs to be first in the NFL in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns in the regular season. Kupp led the league with 145 catches, 1,947 receiving yards, and 16 touchdowns during the regular season. Kupp's 23 catches of 25-plus yards are the most for any player in NFL history. 

In the postseason, Kupp has 14 catches for 244 yards and two touchdowns. He finished with nine catches for 183 yards and a touchdown in the divisional round win over the Buccaneers, as the 183 receiving yards were the second most in Rams' postseason history (Tom Fears had 198 yards in 1950). 

For Kupp to get 2,500 receiving yards this year, he needs 309 yards to reach the mark. If the Rams reach the Super Bowl, he only needs to average 154.5 receiving yards per game over the final two games. 

Based on the way Kupp has played this year, it's hard to rule the All-Pro wide receiver out of that possibility.