2015 was another breakout season for Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins. He recorded his second consecutive 1,000-yard season in which he hauled in over 1,521receiving yards to go along with 111 receptions.
Those were some pretty impressive stats for a wide receiver that had to deal with the inconsistency at the quarterback position that went on in Houston last year.
Going into 2016, the Texans will finally have a legitimate option at the quarterback position in Brock Osweiler who signed with the Texans after spending four seasons as Peyton Manning’s backup in Denver.
Along with the addition of Osweiler, the Texans also drafted Hopkins potential wingman, when they selected Will Fuller out of the University of Notre Dame, in the 1st round of the 2016 NFL Draft. The combination of having Fuller and Hopkins on the field at the same time could elevate the Texans offense to a higher level in 2016.
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