The Houston Texans can’t seem to catch a break on the injury front. While they were showing signs of reverting back to the elite offensive group we saw at times last season in Week 8, the team suffered a big setback. Late in the game, wide receiver Will Fuller cam down awkwardly on a long pass and was on the ground for an extended period.
Fans and players obviously feared the worst, and unfortunately, it was confirmed that Fuller will now be out for the year.
As Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle revealed, Fuller suffered a torn ACL, according to Texans coach Bill O’Brien.
The Texans offense was electrifying on Thursday night, as they scored 42 points against a solid Miami Dolphins defense. With Fuller now out, it means rookie Keke Coutee, who had already begun to emerge, will be looking a huge opportunity for the remainder of this season.
Source: Heavy Sports