Arizona Cardinals wideout DeAndre Hopkins wants a pretty radical rule change for pass interference yards.

During his media session with Cardinals reporters on Friday, Hopkins said he wants receivers to get counted for the yards after a defender prevents them from catching the ball due to a penalty.

“As long as the ball moves that’s all I care about,” Hopkins said, via Cardinals.com.

“But, I do think the rules should change and receivers should get counted those yards. When a guy has to hold you when the ball is being thrown your way every time, I think that’s a sign of respect, man.”

On the season for the Cardinals, DeAndre Hopkins has had four total pass interference flags drawn and accepted, totaling 50 yards. He’s one of the best wideouts in the NFL and usually draws a lot of penalties during an entire season.

In eight games this season, Hopkins has caught 60 balls for 734 yards and three touchdowns. The Cardinals are 5-3 and in second place in the NFC West standings, trailing the Seattle Seahawks. The team will look to get back in the win column in Week 10 against the Buffalo Bills after losing to the Miami Dolphins in Week 9.

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Since entering the NFL, Hopkins has racked up 9,336 receiving yards with the Houston Texans and Cardinals. He has caught 57 touchdown passes and made four Pro Bowls.

Arizona is so thankful the Texans made the foolish decision of trading Hopkins to them.