Texans hoping to get Will Fuller back for matchup with Ravens – Yardbarker

The Texans are hopeful that wide receiver Will Fuller will be able to retake the field next week in Baltimore against the Ravens, according to Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle. Fuller has missed the Texans’ previous two games after suffering a hamstring injury against the Colts. Fuller is one of the best deep threats in football, especially when he takes the field opposite of All-Pro DeAndre Hopkins. Before his injury, Fuller was on pace to eclipse 70 receptions and 1,000 receiving yards for the first time in his career. Those marks might be unattainable now, but at 6-3, the Texans are in the thick of the AFC playoff picture coming out of their bye. Fuller would surely aid them in their pursuit of a Super Bowl title. Here’s more from the NFC and AFC South: Falcons head coach Dan Quinn has been firmly on the hot seat for many weeks. However, after a dominating victory over the Saints on Sunday, Quinn has bought himself at least a temporary reprieve, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. With his Falcons

Source by [author_name]

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.