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11 minutes ago, Nemesis said:

Texans vs. Colts Week 13 inactives: WR Isaiah Coulter inactive

WR Isaiah Coulter was expected to get some increased reps with the suspension of Will Fuller. However, he was declared inactive, which means more opportunities for Keke Coutee and Steven Mitchell.   C.J. Prosise was dealing with an illness all week and was declared inactive.

 

A little surprising...........I guess this means Coutee could expect to see a few more targets today.   I had Duke Johnson as my flex and with this news, i may pivot and take a chance on Coutee today.  Anyone else? 

im playing him over HIggins

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The passing game should now be dubbed "Watson and Co."

They used to say that about Stafford. Think he played 13 games his first two years? “Dude’s made of glass.” That was 128 consecutive starts ago. If Keke had injuries in college, or had a continuo

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11 minutes ago, Nemesis said:

Texans vs. Colts Week 13 inactives: WR Isaiah Coulter inactive

WR Isaiah Coulter was expected to get some increased reps with the suspension of Will Fuller. However, he was declared inactive, which means more opportunities for Keke Coutee and Steven Mitchell.   C.J. Prosise was dealing with an illness all week and was declared inactive.

 

A little surprising...........I guess this means Coutee could expect to see a few more targets today.   I had Duke Johnson as my flex and with this news, i may pivot and take a chance on Coutee today.  Anyone else? 

It is a bit surprising that Coulter is inactive.  Either he is not impressing on the practice field or there is some other issue going on with him.  Regardless, this elevates Coutee's prospects a bit for this week.  Coutee should see the field a lot today.  I am not putting him in my lineup (I have his teammate B. Cooks in, along with A. Cooper), but I am excited to see if he can make some noise.

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It is a bit surprising that Coulter is inactive.  Either he is not impressing on the practice field or there is some other issue going on with him.  Regardless, this elevates Coutee's prospects a bit for this week.  Coutee should see the field a lot today.  I am not putting him in my lineup (I have his teammate B. Cooks in, along with A. Cooper), but I am excited to see if he can make some noise.

I read that Coulter is still dealing with a neck issue and just not ready yet.  

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3 minutes ago, oswizzle said:

Watson is going to be slinging it today

Yep....i just looked at how bad the HOU rushing is........HOU won't be able to run the ball and will be forced to pass to move the ball.   Coutee is in line for a bunch of touches 

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Wish I had the stones to start him today, would have been nice to pair with Watson. Thankfully I had Waller in and made up for iur

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Keke Coutee caught 8-of-9 targets for 141 yards in the Texans' Week 13 loss to the Colts. [Note: He also had 112 return yards]

Often injured, Coutee was frequently healthy scratched by Bill O'Brien even when he was available over the past two seasons. You would have never guessed it today, where Coutee got loose as Deshaun Watson evaded an early blitz and hauled in a 64-yard reception. It was the longest catch of his career, as well as the biggest play of the day for the Texans. The yards were a new career high by 32. Typically viewed as a brittle slot man, Coutee will be needed for more for the final four weeks of the season as Chad Hansen also commands snaps in the Texans' undermanned offense. Coutee and his targets floor will offer some low-end WR3 appeal for next week's tough date with the Bears. 

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Keke Coutee (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.

Coutee is coming off a Week 13 explosion where he went 8-141 against the Colts on nine targets. Now locked in as the Texans' No. 2 wideout, Coutee is an every-week WR3 with upside in a difficult matchup against the Bears.

Dec 9, 2020, 5:46 PM ET

 

 

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Keke Coutee (knee) was upgraded to "full" on Thursday. 

Coutee doubled his snaps in Week 13, so it is not surprising he is a little banged up heading into Sunday's game against the Bears. Coutee gobbled up air yards vs. Indianapolis, but he is still most likely to do his damage over the middle of the field as a slot compiler. He has some WR3 appeal with Deshaun Watson playing at an MVP level. 

Dec 10, 2020, 6:22 PM ET

 

 

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Who's the better pickup here, Pittmam Jr or Coutee?  I'm leaning Coutee because I also have Watson.  Add to that the IND WR room is starting to become a little crowded with Hilton now back from the dead.  Is Coutee worth the pickup for the playoffs?  

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9 minutes ago, Peak said:

Who's the better pickup here, Pittmam Jr or Coutee?  I'm leaning Coutee because I also have Watson.  Add to that the IND WR room is starting to become a little crowded with Hilton now back from the dead.  Is Coutee worth the pickup for the playoffs?  

I got him via waivers yesterday and now have both him and Cooks. I'm not as bullish on him as FBG but the targets are hard to ignore. If Watson keeps throwing, I'd probably want him over Pittman in redraft.

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Keke Coutee caught 5-of-7 targets for 53 yards and a touchdown in the Texans' Week 15 loss to the Colts. 

Coutee's fourth quarter touchdown was a nine-yarder on a Deshaun Watson play fake. Potential score No. 2 was going to put the Texans within an extra point of overtime, but Coutee never felt Darius Leonard thundering up behind him. Leonard punched the ball into the end zone and the Colts recovered with 0:19 remaining. That was that. Coutee has provided some PPR WR3 goodness since Will Fuller's steroid ban kicked in three games ago, but his Week 13 ceiling effort is predictably looking illusory. That being said, Coutee catches a gorgeous fantasy finals matchup in the Bengals. He will find himself in the WR30-36 range. 

Dec 20, 2020, 3:53 PM ET

 

 

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Keke Coutee was limited during Wednesday's practice with a foot injury.

Coutee is an important piece of the Texans' offense right now, seeing seven targets in Week 15 and two touchdowns over the last two weeks. Hopefully the foot injury is minor, but check back in before Sunday to see his status for Week 16.

Dec 23, 2020, 9:53 PM ET

 

 

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Keke Coutee (foot) was upgraded to "full" for Thursday's practice.

Coutee's Week 16 status against the Bengals is not in doubt. Coutee's Week 13 ceiling eruption was predictably a fluke, though he is doing enough to earn last-gasp WR3 appeal in PPR leagues. 

Dec 24, 2020, 4:26 PM ET

 

 

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