Expect that to change.
Hurns would become just the second receiver in NFL history to score touchdowns on his first two catches, and ended the day with four catches, 110 yards and two touchdowns.
Don’t buy into the hype.
There have been four receivers in NFL history since the merger who started their careers with a 100-yard, two-touchdown performance or better. Three were first-round picks: Anquan Boldin, Louis Lipps and Mike Siani. The fourth, Bobby Johnson, went undrafted.
Here are the highest scoring seasons for undrafted wide receivers over the past decade. As you can see, with Hurns scoring 27 points today, chances are there won’t be much more the rest of the year.