No. 4: Wide Receiver Keke Coutee (4% Owned)
Keke Coutee, the Houston Texans’ preseason star, played in his first NFL game in Week 4 against the Indianapolis Colts and made a splash in his debut, hauling in eleven of 15 targets for 109 yards.
Before he had to exit the game with a hamstring injury, Texans’ No. 2 wideout Will Fuller was feasting with Deshaun Watson at quarterback, scoring three touchdowns in the two and a half games he was on the field. Because hamstring injuries usually linger, coupled with the fact that Houston head coach Bill O’Brien said that taking Fuller out of the game was not precautionary, Coutee is in line for a lot more playing time.
The rookie proved in his debut that he has developed great chemistry with his star quarterback.
Take advantage of that and pick Coutee up.