The first game of Week 16 includes two major “contested” players – Will Fuller and Carlos Hyde. Does it play either when the Texans and the Buccaneers start Saturday afternoon? For all ghost owners fighting for championships, we will have the latest injury updates below in both until the official active / inactive reports are released.
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Will Fuller play Week 16 on Saturday?
Despite limited practice all week, Fuller (“hamstring”) was referred to as “controversial” in the final Texans injury report before Saturday’s game in Tampa Bay.
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Fuller returned in Week 15 after missing a week, drawing five of seven goals for 61 yards. The Bucs allow the most fantastic points per game in WRs, so this is a point to start for Fuller, who doesn’t seem to risk losing that game. If it’s a sudden scratch, Kenny Stills and Keke Coutee will gain value, with Stills coming in as WR2 / 3 and Coutee as a deep-range FLEX.
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Is Carlos Hyde playing Week 16?
Hunt (ankle) is practicing all week and is “questionable” for Saturday’s game against the Buccaneers.
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There seems to be no reason to worry about Hyde fitting in, but he faces the league’s top defense. Volume and TD-upsides still give it FLEX value, but Hyde should not be counted for much this week.