Since his Week 5 return, Brady has targeted Hogan 12 times. The duo has connected for 11 completions at an average of 24.5 yards per catch.
That's an incredibly high success rate, especially when you consider the nature of most of Hogan's routes. As evidenced by the gaudy yards-per-catch figure, many of these completions have come on downfield throws. These are generally low-percentage plays.
Hogan now has receptions of 63, 53, 43, 39, and 37 yards as a member of the Patriots. In four seasons with the Bills, he had only three receptions of 35+ yards.
Hogan is on pace for 782 receiving yards, which would best his current career-high by over 300 yards. After Week 8, Hogan and Rob Gronkowski are two of only three NFL players averaging 20 yards per catch or better. Pittsburgh's Sammie Coates is the other.