3 stats that show how dominant Saints’ Michael Thomas was in 2019

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We all know that Saints’ Michael Thomas had a historic season in 2019, but I don’t know if any of us grasp how truly dominant he was on the field.

Michael Thomas was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in 2017.

Since then, the wide receiver out of the Ohio State University has made waves in the NFL. He has brought in a talent that we have only seen in players like Jerry Rice, Randy Moss, and Marvin Harrison.

Surely Thomas will go down in history as one of the best to ever play the game if his career continues down the track it’s currently heading. In 2019, Thomas had his best season yet topping many of his career highs.

He set career highs for himself in receptions in a season, receiving yards in a season, and receiving yards per game in a single season. Many people question if that was one great season or if he will repeat that performance.

All we know is that Michael Thomas continues to be great, and 2019 showed us what Thomas is really made of. Most people might not even grasp just how dominant the young wide receiver was on the football field.

Here are three stats that will give you a glimpse of how powerful Michael Thomas was last season.