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Will Fuller hampered by hamstring while seeing no targets in Week 2

Will Fuller sees zero targets in Week 2. How concerned should fantasy players be?

Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller V against the Kansas City Chiefs in a AFC Divisional Round playoff football game at Arrowhead Stadium. Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

After catching 8-of-10 targets for 112 yards in Week 1 against the Chiefs, Texans wide receiver Will Fuller saw a total of zero targets despite playing on 63 percent of snaps. Part of the reason was likely due to his hamstring acting up and the other part were the Ravens strong cornerbacks.

Near halftime Fuller came out with the injury and was getting stretched out when play started in the second half, per the Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson. Fuller’s injury history is riddled with soft-tissue ailments, so this isn’t surprising. He did finish the game though, which is good news for his availability next week against the Steelers.

Brandin Cooks was able to get through his recent ailments and put together a good game, catching 5-of-8 targets for 95 yards. If Fuller does miss any time, Cooks should see a large target share in his absence.