Odell Beckham Jr. may be the former LSU wide receiver that gets the most attention, and for good reason.
But no other player has done what Beckham’s former teammate did on Sunday.
Jarvis Landry has amassed the most receptions by a wide receiver in his first two NFL seasons.
Landry hauled in 110 catches this season after an 84-catch campaign in 2014 to set the new two-year mark at 194.
Beckham, not surprisingly, is second in that category at 187 receptions.
The previous record was held by Marques Colston, who racked up 168 catches in his first two seasons with the New Orleans Saints in 2006-07.
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) January 3, 2016
#Dolphins' Jarvis Landry breaks NFL record most for most receptions in first two seasons with 194. Odell Beckham second all-time at 187
— Andrew Abramson (@AbramsonPBP) January 4, 2016