Veteran wide receiver Brandin Cooks remains sidelined with a calf injury and isn’t expected to play. It’s trending toward wide receiver Nico Collins missing another game with a foot injury. Both players aren’t practicing. The Texans are set to go with Chris Moore, who caught a career-high 10 passes against Dallas, Phillip Dorsett, and Amari Rodgers as their primary wide receivers against Kansas City.
The Texans are a mess from a real and fantasy standpoint, with Dameon Pierce expected to miss multiple weeks and the offense running a hybrid two-QB system. Chris Moore is intriguing as a Flex play in Week 15, but the ceiling is capped.
The Green Bay Packers' WR1 has eclipsed 70 receiving yards on only two occasions this season, so his departure from the lineup is probably not affecting your fantasy team too much. In a good passing offense, this would help raise the tide of other wide receivers but in Green Bay, it likely just means that you should be starting tight end Robert Tonyan and leaving Romeo Doubs and Sammy Watkins for all of the most desperate situations.
Watson had been rotating in during Weeks 4 and 5 before missing last week's game, and it's trending toward that inevitability again. Sammy Watkins has been activated off IR and could be a go for Week 7, so targets could spread more spread out as the season continues, which is bad news for Allen Lazard.
The Packers currently have just Jones and Dillon on the roster. But the tweet went on to say, if Goodson and/or Taylor clear waivers, Packers can elevate each to game day roster three times before they have to stay on the 53. Team must be confident one or both will be back on the practice squad. We've seen several teams do this today, including the Cowboys with both of their backup QBs.