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Thoughts On DeAndre Hopkins

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The good: One of the most talented/athletic receivers in the game when healthy.

He started his career with the Texans in the 2013/2014 season & put up great numbers from year 1 while  catching passes from the following.

Matt Schaub - Case Keenum - T.J. Yates - Ryan Fitzpatrick - Ryan Mallett - Tom Savage - Brian Hoyer - Brandon Weeden - Taylor Heinicke 

 

The bad: He turned 30 in June, & this will be his 10th season.

How do you think he'll do this year ?

I have him rostered in a PPR league. Barring an exceptional number of injuries to my starters, I should be able to hold onto him until his 6 game suspension ends.

Career Receiving Receiving Fumbles
Season Team Type G Rec Tgt Yds Y/G Y/R YAC/R Long TD Fumb FumL
Total - Reg 136 789 1,272 10,581 77.8 13.4 3.4 76 68 10 7
2013 HOU Reg 16 52 91 802 50.1 15.4 3.6 66 2 1 1
2014 HOU Reg 16 76 127 1,210 75.6 15.9 5.1 76 6 2 1
2015 HOU Reg 16 111 192 1,521 95.1 13.7 1.6 61 11 1 0
2016 HOU Reg 16 78 151 954 59.6 12.2 3.2 51 4 0 0
2017 HOU Reg 15 96 174 1,378 91.9 14.4 3.1 72 13 1 1
2018 HOU Reg 16 115 163 1,572 98.3 13.7 3.3 49 11 2 2
2019 HOU Reg 15 104 150 1,165 77.7 11.2 3.5 43 7 0 0
2020 ARI Reg 16 115 160 1,407 87.9 12.2 4.4 60 6 3 2
2021 ARI Reg 10 42 64 572 57.2 13.6 3.0 55 8 0 0

 

 

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His 14 point avg last season was his worst since 2016, I do think he’s lost some of his great game, but he did produce 8 tds in ten games. 

Based on his avg last season he was a mid wr2, that’s right where I think he’ll be again. 

One of my teams ppr I have him.  

 

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