1. DeAndre Hopkins
The question of the day for the Houston Texans is will DeAndre Hopkins have the same type of performance he had in Week 4 against the Colts? For a refresher of how well Hopkins played, he finished with 10 receptions for 169 yards and one touchdown on 12 targets.
That will be the important part of a repeat performance by Hopkins – getting the proper number of targets for him to gain the strong numbers he had. In the Week 4 game, he averaged 16.9 yards per reception, including a 30-yard reception.
The Colts have cornerbacks Nate Hairston and Chris Milton listed as out for the Week 14 game, which makes the day possibly easier for one of the best, or arguably the best wide receiver in the NFL. Hopkins currently is graded as the No. 1 wide receiver this season with a grade of 91.1 by Pro Football Focus.
Expect a huge day from Hopkins, as he’ll be the top performer for the Texans’ offense this Sunday, which has the chance to not only move the Texans to their 10th straight win, but also one step closer to a division title.
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