Will Fuller to play against the Titans?

HOUSTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 18: Will Fuller /

Will Fuller has a good chance of making his regular season debut for the Houston Texans this week.

Houston Texans’ second-year wide receiver Will Fuller started practicing last week for the first time since he suffered a broken collarbone back in early August.

There was some hope that Fuller would be able to play against the New England Patriots this past Sunday, but he wasn’t ready just yet.

Texans’ head coach Bill O’Brien was asked on Monday about Fuller possibly playing against the Tennessee Titans this coming Sunday, which is a big divisional game.

It sounds like Fuller has a chance to make his 2017 debut in week four.

Veteran wide receiver Bruce Ellington did a great job of filling in for Fuller against the Patriots after catching four passes for 59 yards and one touchdown. HIs longest reception was for 29 yards.

When Fuller is finally ready to go, the Texans will have quite a duo when it comes to him and Ellington, since they’re both explosive receivers that can stretch the field. It will also give rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson more weapons to play with each week.

Over the past two weeks, it looks like Houston’s offense is starting to click even more.  They didn’t put up a lot of points against the Cincinnati Bengals, but they made progress compared to week one.

Now in week three, the Texans were able to put up over 30 points. Of course some of that is because of their defense. But offensively they made big strides.

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