The Facts: Jefferson is enjoying a scorching start to his NFL career. But he's not satisfied. Jefferson told NFL Network on Thursday his eyes are on a gold jacket. "I mean, I want to accomplish so much," Jefferson said. "It's an endless list that I want to accomplish. At the end of the day, I want to be a Hall of Famer. So, in order to reach that, that position is so much more that I have to accomplish, so much more that I have to set for myself to better myself and really to learn. I just can't wait to really just see how far I can really go. This is just the start of my career, and there's just so much more I have to learn, so much more I have to do for myself to really get on that platform of being a Hall of Famer."
Diehards Line: Since entering the league in 2020, Jefferson leads the league with 3,016 yards, the most receiving yards in a player's first two seasons in NFL history. He became the first player with 1,400-plus yards in each of his first two seasons. He needs 1,148 yards in 2022 to set the NFL record for most in a player's first three seasons (Randy Moss: 4,163 yards from 1998-2000). Averaging 15.4 yards per reception, Jefferson has earned 27.5 percent of his team's targets since 2020 -- only Davante Adams (29.7) and Stefon Diggs (27.7) had a higher percentage. With Kevin O'Connell taking over as head coach, the Vikings are expected to become a more pass-dominant team in 2022, which could make Jefferson's numbers reach new heights.