The 11 Most Unbelievable Catches of DeAndre Hopkins' NFL Career (So Far)

Hopkins seemingly defies the laws of physics every Sunday.

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One reason Hopkins is arguably the best receiver in the NFL today is because he plays so big for his size.

At 6-foot-1, Hopkins is considerably shorter than receivers like A.J. Green, Julio Jones and Mike Evans, but that seems to matter little when a jump ball is thrown his way.

Hopkins has an uncanny ability to outmuscle defensive backs and wind up catching balls that would fly clear over the hands of most receivers his size.

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One reason Hopkins is arguably the best receiver in the NFL today is because he plays so big for his size.

At 6-foot-1, Hopkins is considerably shorter than receivers like A.J. Green, Julio Jones and Mike Evans, but that seems to matter little when a jump ball is thrown his way.

Hopkins has an uncanny ability to outmuscle defensive backs and wind up catching balls that would fly clear over the hands of most receivers his size.

That was exactly the case on this leaping grab from 2015.

"That guy is just an all-around freak. He can do it all. We have the confidence going that he's going to win and catch that ball. It's a great feeling," Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson told the Houston Chronicle earlier this year.

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