5. Will Fuller, WR
If healthy, Will Fuller will be a very nice addition to any fantasy football lineup in 2019, as he’s very capable of having big-time games, even when sharing the field with the likes of DeAndre Hopkins.
Fuller was tied for second on the Texans in touchdown receptions with four in seven games played, and not only that, but Fuller totaled 32 receptions on 45 targets for 503 yards, averaging 12 yards per reception and nearly 40 yards per game receiving.
The Texans wide receiver injured his ACL on a Thursday Night Football game against the Miami Dolphins last season, catching a 73-yard touchdown reception in the process. That night, Fuller was well on his way to showcasing his skills, finishing the game with five receptions (six targets) for 124 yards and one touchdown.
Fantasy-wise, Fuller scored double-digit points in four of his seven games played, per CBS Sports fantasy football scoring. His best game was an 18-point effort against the Dolphins. From Weeks 2-4, Fuller had a three-week scoring effort of double digits with 17 points against the Tennessee Titans, 16 points vs. the New York Giants and 10 points against the Indianapolis Colts.
Fuller is an excellent player for any fantasy football roster and should make a difference for any roster as long as his ACL injury doesn’t hamper him this season.