Texans had 6 players score double digit fantasy points in week 4

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Houston Texans’ players went off in fantasy football this past Sunday.

I just wrote last week that both Houston Texans’ rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins are very relevant in fantasy football this season.

The Texans actually ended up having five players score double digit points in fantasy football.  If you count Houston’s defense, who also scored double digit points, they had six “players” in double digits after a 57-14 blow out win over the Tennessee Titans.


As you can see above, if you started only Texans’ players on your fantasy team on Sunday, you would have scored over 140 points. That’s unheard of. Of course it likely won’t happen again this season.

From what I can see, I believe there are four Texans’ players that you can trust in fantasy football week in and week out going forward.

They are Watson, Hopkins running back Lamar Miller and wide receiver Will Fuller. Hopefully you didn’t have Watson on your bench like I did.

The Texans’ defense could end up being reliable as well. It depends on how well their secondary plays going forward after they were torched in week three by the New England Patriots.

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WWE legend impressed with Watson.

WWE wrestling great and Houston native Booker T. tweeted out how much he enjoyed Watson’s performance on Sunday.

Booker T. can definitely speak for all Houstonians. Let’s just hope that Watson can keep it up this season.

Comment below and give us your thoughts on which Texans’ players you trust the most in fantasy football.