Texans' rookie Isaiah Coulter expected to see snaps
Houston Texans fifth-round rookie wide receiver Isaiah Coulter will see playing time over the rest of the season, writes Aaron Reiss of The Athletic.
Coulter has yet to play a snap in the NFL after missing the first half of the season with a neck injury. He possesses 4.45 speed and could potentially emerge as Deshaun Watson's preferred deep threat down the stretch. The Texans don't have many options at wide receiver with Will Fuller suspended, Kenny Stills released, and Randall Cobb (toe) injured. Coulter and Keke Coutee will fill in behind Brandin Cooks while Jordan Akins is also expected to be more involved.
numberFire's models currently project Coulter for 4.3 targets in Week 13 versus the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts are allowing the seventh-most FanDuel points per game to the wide receiver position.
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