DeAndre Harris has been one of the most consistent wide receivers in the NFL.
With Miami, he has played every snap for the past two seasons, and he is the best wideout in the league in every major category.
That makes the fact that he is now playing with another NFL quarterback in Andrew Luck as an added bonus.
It is not as if Hopkins was the most productive receiver in Indianapolis last year, but the addition of Luck is a huge boost to the team.
Hopkins is also a natural receiver out of the slot, and it has given him the ability to get open in the open field.
It also has allowed him to play a more natural position, which is not something he was accustomed to.
He has become a more effective receiver when Luck has been in the pocket, and the way Hopkins is now utilized has allowed for that to happen.
Hopkins has now scored four touchdowns on 29 receptions, which ranks first among receivers with at least 500 snaps.
This year, he will be playing with a new team and a new quarterback.
In the AFC South, Hopkins is playing with Jacksonville’s new quarterback, Chad Henne.
Henne is a good fit for Hopkins, who has had some struggles with his accuracy.
The Texans, however, have the ability in Henne to run the ball, and that is something Hopkins has been struggling with.
The two are tied for the most rushing touchdowns this year among quarterbacks with at most 100 snaps.
He is averaging 3.8 yards per carry and 1.4 yards per catch, and Hopkins is leading the NFL with 17 receptions for 198 yards.
He also has six touchdowns on nine receptions.
Hopkins and Henne will both be on the field together, and they should be able to put Hopkins on the ground with ease.
Hopkins does have some weaknesses.
He still has a long way to go in terms of consistency, but he is still the best receiver in the game.
The only thing that is holding him back is his lack of size, which has been an issue with him.
He will be an intriguing option for many teams.
Hopkins will be on a team that has been rebuilding the offensive line, and there is no doubt that it is going to take time.
But the Dolphins will need to do a better job of keeping Hopkins healthy in the long run.
If Hopkins continues to produce like he has the past couple seasons, he could be a big part of the Dolphins offense in the future.