DeAndre Hopkins believes he has no equal when it comes to the top wideouts in the NFL.
Hopkins compared his stats to those of other elite wideouts in the game, adding that he's produced without the aid of consistent quarterback play.
"I love (Michael Thomas) ... but he knows if I had Drew Brees my whole career what these numbers would be," Hopkins said. "Julio Jones knows if I had Matt Ryan my whole career ... he knows what these numbers would be."
Thomas led the NFL in receiving in 2019 with 1,725 yards and nine touchdowns on 149 receptions.
Meanwhile, Jones has eclipsed 1,400 yards in each of his last six campaigns with 2016 NFL MVP Ryan.
Hopkins recorded 1,165 yards and seven scores last season, and he's been named an All-Pro three times. In his seven years, he's played with quarterbacks Matt Schaub, Case Keenum, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Ryan Mallett, Brian Hoyer, T.J. Yates, Brandon Weeden, Brock Osweiler, and Tom Savage before the Houston Texans drafted Deshaun Watson in 2018.
The 27-year-old believes he'll be even more productive now that he's playing with 2019 Offensive Rookie of the Year Kyler Murray.
"Obviously I've played with a lot of quarterbacks and put up great numbers, being in offenses that necessarily weren't a pass-first offense. So, myself, being a receiver, of course I see my stats going up," he said.