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Texans wide receiver  Keke Coutee had one of his best games of the season in Week 11 against the Washington Redskins. The rookie wideout saw nine targets while leading the Texans with seven catches and 77 yards in that contest.


Coming into Week 12's Monday Night Football game with the Tennessee Titans, Coutee was in line to save some fantasy owners' seasons if he was able to put up another big game. 


But, alas, all he could muster was two catches for 14 yards before he exited with a third-quarter hamstring injury.

Rather than Coutee, it was recently-acquired Demaryius Thomas who nabbed those extra targets, racking up four catches for 38 yards and two TDs.

This hamstring issue isn't anything new either, as the wide receiver has been battling them since getting drafted in April.

Texans coach Bill O'Brien said Coutee is "trending toward" playing in Week 13 against the Browns, but with the lingering hamstring issue, he's no lock to play this week. If he does, Coutee is nothing more than a deep-league FLEX option with big-play upside. Look elsewhere.


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