Found March 28, 2013 on Football Nation:
No wide receiver in the history of the NFL has reached the 2,000 yard plateau. Only two have produced over 1,800 yards in a season. One was the best receiver of all-time -- Jerry Rice. The other, Calvin Johnson, broke Rice's 17-year-old record this past season and finished with 1,964.Only two receivers have eclipsed 20 receiving touchdowns in a single season -- Rice (22) and Randy Moss (23). Several others have come close but couldn't quite accomplish the rare feat. Rice's record-breaking yards and touchdowns didn't even occur in the same season, they happened eight years apart.In a recent interview with ESPNDallas.com, Dez Bryant claimed he feels that both 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns would be within his reach after his breakout season in 2012:"I feel like it can be a lot more than that. That's just being honest. I honestly feel like [2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns] can potentially happen."Bryant caught 92 passes for 1,382 and 12 touchdowns last season...
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