Receiver Keke Coutee is back at practice after being out since the Green Bay game with a sprained ankle.
Coutee only played six games, but averaged 4.7 catches (on 6.8 targets) for 48 yards and 0.17 touchdowns per game. He added 11-110-1 in the Texans’ lone playoff game, raising his per game average to 5.6-57-0.29 over a seven-game span. Deshaun Watson indicated that the team has to find ways to get Coutee the ball since he’s so dangerous with it. He could turn into a solid WR3 if he begins to see 7+ targets per game. Coutee is ranked 43rd on our WR list.