DeShaun Watson isn't relying on how supreme the skill positions are looking on script to win football games this season. The Houston Texans franchise quarterback knows that he has a prominent of receivers on this offense. In an interview with Texans.com Watson said "We've got to put it work because we can't just walk on the field and make it happen". During Watson's six starts last year the Houston Texans average 34.7 points per game, the most in the NFL.
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Will Fuller will be paired with all pro wideout DeAndre Hopkins. In the slot will be either fourth round draft pick Keke Coutee or third year veteran Braxton Miller. Jordan Atkins looks very encouraging grabbing two touchdowns in the first preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs which brings depth to the tight end position which the Texans solely needed to improve.
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"He gives us an extra weapon on the field" said Watson. We have a lot of guys that can perform and go out there and run routes and make plays. The motivation is in the forefront of Houston to keep up with the grind of becoming a better offense.
The Texans get their chance with two joint practices with San Francisco 49ers on August 15th and 16th and then the second preseason matchup with the 49ers on August 18th at NRG Stadium.