DeAndre Hopkins

#10 WR / Houston Texans / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 218 lb Age: 23 College: Clemson Bye 9,19,20,21

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Held in check during loss to Chiefs

    Hopkins caught just six of 11 balls thrown his way for 69 yards in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs. The Pro-Bowler's lack of dominant production was largely the fault of Brian Hoyer, who struggled mightily on the day, completing fewer than half of his passes and turning the ball over five times. That said, Hopkins easily could have had a much better day, as Hoyer overthrew him on a fade rout in the end zone before he had a big gain nullified by an offensive pass interference penalty. Nuk amazingly set career-highs in nearly every receiving category this season despite playing with an inept quartet of quarterbacks, and his prominent role in the Houston offense will make him a desirable fantasy asset once again next season.

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Active Saturday

    Hopkins (hand) is listed as active Saturday versus the Chiefs. Hopkins kicked off the week of preparation with a limited showing at practice, yet his ability to finish the week with two consecutive full sessions indicated that he'd take the field. After torching the Chiefs for nine catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns in the season opener, he could find the going tough against a Kansas City defense that allowed just six touchdowns to wideouts over the last eight games.

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Caps off career year versus Jaguars

    Hopkins caught just seven of 12 targets for 89 yards in Sunday's win over the Jaguars. The Pro-Bowler was heavily targeted once again in the regular season finale, and he narrowly missed turning this decent performance into an impact fantasy day by failing to stay in bounds on what would've been a long touchdown catch. Hopkins couldn't quite maintain his torrid pace from the first half of the season, but he still turned in a stellar year and set career-highs of 111 catches, 1,521 yards and 11 touchdowns. Hopkins will now set his sights on his first career appearance in the postseason next week.

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Has big game with Weeden at quarterback

    Hopkins pulled in 7-of-11 targets for 117 yards and his 11th touchdown of the season in Sunday's 34-6 victory over the Titans. Hopkins showed that he could be just as effective with quarterback Brandon Weeden throwing him the ball as he was with any of Houston's other three starters this season. The breakout third-year receiver already has a career-high 104 receptions, 1,432 yards and 11 touchdowns heading into the season finale against a Jaguars team that he burned for 10 catches, 148 yards, and two scores back in Week 6.

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: 94 yards in win

    Hopkins had eight catches on 11 targets for 94 yards Sunday against the Colts. After ripping off four consecutive 100-yard games earlier this season, Hopkins has reached the century mark just once in the last eight games, scoring five touchdowns in that span. He remains the clear top option in the Texans' passing game, though with Brandon Weeden likely under center for the rest of the season, Hopkins may struggle to continue turning his high number of targets into receptions. Up next is a Week 16 matchup against the Titans, who have allowed more passing touchdowns than all but two teams this season.

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Trying to beat double-coverage

    Hopkins has faced double-coverage recently and has been limited to an average of 4.3 catches for 58.6 yards in the last three games, the Houston Chronicle reports. Offensive coordinator George Godsey talked about finding "creative ways to get DeAndre the ball," but it really comes down to others making plays. That means running the ball more effectively, or having Nate Washington, Cecil Shorts or Ryan Griffin pick up some of Hopkins' lost production. When others produce consistently, something that didn't happen in last week's loss to New England, that will free up Hopkins.

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Shut out by Logan Ryan

    Hopkins caught three passes for 52 yards on six targets in Sunday's 27-6 loss to the Patriots. With the exception of a 40-yard reception in garbage time, Hopkins was shut down by Patriots cornerback Logan Ryan, who has rapidly emerged as one of the league's better players at his position. Ryan did have quite a bit of safety help, but the bigger issue for Hopkins was the poor play of quarterback Brian Hoyer (head) and the Houston offensive line. Even if Hoyer can't play in Week 15 against the Colts, Hopkins will be a strong candidate to bounce back, as he went for 5-118-2 with T.J. Yates under center in Week 11 against the Jets.

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Active for Sunday's game

    Hopkins (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Hopkins was added to the injury report Friday, but he still managed to get in a limited practice and was listed as probable for Sunday's game. He should be fine to handle his usual every-down role in a matchup with the tough New England secondary.

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Probable to play Pats

    Hopkins (hamstring) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Hopkins was new to the Texans' injury report Friday, but his listed hamstring ailment isn't expected to prevent him from playing Sunday. In limiting Hopkins at Friday's practice session, the Texans should have their star wideout fully ready for Sunday's primetime tilt.

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    Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Scores in loss to Bills

    Hopkins caught five of nine targets for 88 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bills. After getting double-digit targets in the first 10 games of the season, Hopkins has been thrown to just 17 times in the last two games combined, catching 10 of them for 124 yards and a touchdown. Cecil Shorts (10) and Nate Washington (11) were both targeted more than Hopkins on Sunday, though the latter's upside continues to be much higher than anyone else on the team. Up next is a Week 14 matchup against the Patriots, who allowed the sixth-fewest passing touchdowns over the first 12 weeks.

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