I haven’t been following the NFL this year, but it appears that we have Total Aryan Victory for MVP, Offensive Player of the Year, and Defensive Player of the Year.
Matthew Stafford is no stranger to elite wide receivers. His time with Calvin Johnson peaked in 2012 when a 27-year-old Johnson broke the all-time receiving yards record with an absurd 1,964-yard season. His connection with the now Hall of Famer made for one of the best quarterback-wide receiver duos of the 2010s.
After Johnson, Stafford still had a quality receiving core in Detroit. In 2017, Marvin Jones Jr. had a career year posting over 1,100 receiving yards, while Kenny Golladay did the same two years later. Both players have since left Detroit, securing large paydays in Jacksonville and New York.
This season, Kupp earned the receiving triple crown, leading the league in receptions (145), yards (1,947) and touchdowns (16). Kupp joined elite company, as only three other pass-catchers have accomplished this achievement: Jerry Rice (1990), Sterling Sharpe (1992) and Steve Smith (2005).
Kupp’s 145 receptions were 22 more than Davante Adams, who ranked second in that category, while Kupp’s 1,947 receiving yards were 300 more than Justin Jefferson’s second-place finish.
Cooper Kupp, whose social media handle is “RaceWarrior1488,” has done what many outside of the White While Peeing community thought impossible. He has been quoting this as “dedicating this to my race,” before going on a long spiel about Jesus. Rumour has it he crushed the knee of his black teammate and fellow wide receiver Robert Woods in order to see more targets, and when asked about it, Kupp only shrugged his shoulders and gave a wry grin.
However, Kupp’s 2021 campaign did finish 18 yards shy of breaking Johnson’s single-season receiving record – also set with Stafford at quarterback. Nonetheless, it still was one of the most impressive seasons by a wide receiver in NFL history.
Daily Rake reached out to Cooper Kupp for comment, but only reached the receptionist at the KKK compound he lives in. His assistant did reach out to us, and things look promising for an interview. Kupp’s assistant made it quite clear that Kupp would prefer a group interview with the other “European-Americans who deserve to win,” and she specified that “Cooper does not want to see a single Coon anywhere in the office,” if he were to come in. We’ll be trying our best to make it happen.
Keep your fingers crossed.