Michael Thomas continues to find ways to have his name mentioned with Marvin Harrison. After catching another pass for the New Orleans Saints, Thomas has joined Harrison as the only players in NFL history to have over 100 receptions in the first 11 games of a season.

On Sunday, Thomas made history by catching six passes for 49 yards in the first quarter. It was the most receptions for a Saints player in the first quarter since Eric Martin in 1991.

Then, Thomas' seventh reception against the Carolina Panthers resulted in a three-yard touchdown from Drew Brees. With his seventh reception, Thomas has 101 receptions and counting for New Orleans.

In doing so, Thomas and Harrison are the only players to have 100 receptions or more in the team's first 11 games. Back in 2002, Harrison had exactly 100 receptions for the Indianapolis Colts.

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Of course, that same season, Harrison set the NFL record for receptions in a single season. The Hall-of-Fame wide receiver ended the 2002 season with an impressive 143 receptions.

As for Thomas, the fourth-year wide receiver is on pace to finish the season with 150 receptions, surpassing Harrison's previous record with the Colts. Michael Thomas has been able to produce that many receptions in spite of Drew Brees missing five games due to injury.

In addition, Thomas has now had three straight seasons of eclipsing 100 receptions. That is the second-longest streak in the NFL behind Antonio Brown.

Considering that Brown is a free agent, Michael Thomas could have a chance to surpass that feat in a few seasons from now. Without a doubt, Thomas' name needs to mentioned in the discussion for the NFL's MVP Award.