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Will Fuller listed as questionable for Week 11 after limited work in practice

Texans WR Will Fuller could be back this week, but is a game-time decision. With a short week following, it makes sense for Houston to sit him one more week.

Bashaud Breeland of the Kansas City Chiefs tackles Will Fuller of the Houston Texans in the fourth quarter at Arrowhead Stadium on October 13, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images

The Houston Texans look like they will have a game-day decision to make with regard to wide receiver Will Fuller. He is listed as questionable with his hamstring injury after getting in three straight limited practice sessions in Week 11.

Fuller has been out since injuring the hamstring in Week 7 after one catch. Kenny Stills and Keke Coutee see an increase snaps when Fuller has been out, with Stills the much more productive of the two.

The Texans have a short week after this weekend, facing the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday Night Football.

Fantasy football analysis: Texans WR Will Fuller

If Fuller is active, the biggest concern for fantasy owners is whether or not he will aggravate the injury. It’s not a regular thing, but it’s a concern. The Ravens have improved their pass defense, but the No. 2 receiver could still find himself in line for a fair amount of targets if the Ravens defense focuses on DeAndre Hopkins.

If you have Fuller, it might be wise to wait a week even if he is active. The Texans face the Colts on a short week, so it would make sense for the Texans to sit him one more week and then roll him out against the Colts.