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What to do with Will Fuller, Kenny Stills, DeAndre Hopkins in Week 16 fantasy football

Which of Houston’s receivers belong in your lineup in Week 16? We break down the fantasy football considerations for DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller, and Kenny Stills.

Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills huddles with teammates Houston wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and Houston wide receiver Will Fuller after catching a touchdown pass against the Tennessee Titans during the first half at Nissan Stadium. Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

UPDATE: Will Fuller is ACTIVE and has good upside against a weak Bucs pass defense.

Houston Texans slot receiver Will Fuller is listed as questionable for Saturday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He is dealing with a hamstring injury. However, it is not expected to keep him out of action, leaving the question of which Texans receiver or receivers belong in your fantasy lineups.

Start with DeAndre Hopkins. While the rest of the receiving corps in Houston has been hard to get a consistent handle on, Nuk Hopkins is about as good as you can do week in and week out. He should feast on the Bucs defense.

Fuller had 61 yards last week against the Titans, which ranks among his better games of the season. Stills, who has escaped relevancy for most of the year, buried in Houston’s offense, naturally managed to have a two-touchdown day.

Fantasy football advice, Houston Texans WRs DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller, Kenny Stills

Hopkins is an easy decision—start him. One of Fuller or Stills should also have a nice day against a weak Tampa pass defense. If you have to pick one, Fuller is the more established choice.