1. Will Fuller returns to the end zone
The Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller last reached the end zone in Week 4 during the Texans’ overtime win over the Indianapolis Colts, as his first three games played this season saw a touchdown in every game.
Since those games, Fuller hasn’t reached the end zone in the past three games against the Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars. In the past three games, Fuller has been targeted 14 times, including eight times this past Sunday vs. Jacksonville. In that game, Fuller finished six receptions for 68 yards, averaging 11.3 yards per reception.
Those aforementioned numbers aren’t bad at all, but Fuller needs to get into the end zone. If he’s able to get to those type of numbers like he had against Jacksonville in this Thursday Night Football game against the Miami Dolphins, it is easy to predict that Fuller will score a receiving touchdown.
Fuller has really had a nice season through his first six games played this season, and though he’s slowed down scoring touchdowns, with Keke Coutee not active for this primetime game, it is time for Fuller to take back over at the No. 2 wide receiver option and make his mark yet again.