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10 DeAndre Hopkins WR
Height/Weight: 6-1/218 | Birthdate: 6/6/1992 | Birthplace: Central, SC | Team: Houston | College: Clemson | NFL Experience: 2 | Owned/Started%: 56/6 | Average Draft Position: 137.10
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DeAndre Hopkins 'has caught nearly everything'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/6/2014) Texans second-year receiver DeAndre Hopkins "has caught nearly everything" in camp and has starred while Andre Johnson (hamstring) sits out, reports the team's website. Hopkins is "ready for the next step," the report said.

At least for a few plays, he'll battle Cardinals corner Patrick Peterson in Saturday's preseason opener.


DeAndre Hopkins much improved in Year 2


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/3/2014) Texans second-year receiver DeAndre Hopkins "hauled in several impressive catches Saturday, building on his impressive early work in camp," reports the Houston Chronicle.

"He’s one of the guys out there that I think is much improved from April 7, when we started, to where we are now," coach Bill O’Brien told the paper. "He just has to keep it going. He’s a very hard worker. It’s very important to him. He’s a guy that really, in our opinion, gets better and better every day. So just got to keep it going."

The 6-foot-1, 207-pound Hopkins had 52 receptions for 802 yards and two touchdowns last season. With Andre Johnson (hamstring) sidelined, Hopkins "has easily been the Texans’ premier receiver," the paper said.


Texans coach sees progress from DeAndre Hopkins


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/8/2014) Texans head coach Bill O'Brien says he sees a young player who's working hard in second-year wideout DeAndre Hopkins. He also says Hopkins is "[t]rying to do his job, trying to learn what to do," according to the official team website. 

Hopkins had 52 receptions for 802 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie. 


DeAndre Hopkins puts finishing touches on fine rookie year


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(12/29/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins topped the 800-yard mark in the season's final game Sunday, a 16-10 loss to the Titans in Week 17.

Hopkins was targeted five times in the game, and brought four of those passes in for 35 yards. The rookie finishes the season with 52 receptions for 802 yards and two touchdowns. 


Texans offense in good health Sunday


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(12/29/2013) A trio of starting offensive players for the Texans were able to play through their injuries in Week 17 against the Titans, as wide receivers Andre Johnson (wrist) and DeAndre Hopkins (ankle) and tight end Ryan Griffin (knee) took the field at kickoff.

Texans list baker's dozen as probable for Sunday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/27/2013) Thirteen Texans have been deemed probable for the last game of the year, including wide receiver Andre Johnson (wrist) and quarterback T.J. Yates (back).

The other offensive probables are tight end Ryan Griffin (knee), wideout DeAndre Hopkins (ankle), fullback Greg Jones (knee) and offensive linemen Wade Smith (knee) and Derek Newton (knee).

The defensive probables are linebackers Brooks Reed (thumb), Darryl Sharpton (knee) and Justin Tuggle (elbow), backs Josh Victorian (back) and D.J. Swearinger (foot) and end Antonio Smith (knee).


DeAndre Hopkins has one catch


by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/22/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins caught one pass for eight yards in Sunday's 37-13 loss to the Broncos. He was targeted four times. 

Hopkins was coming off a three-game stretch in in which he had at least 50 receiving yards in each game. The eight yards were his second-fewest of the season. 

The Texans face the Titans in Week 17. Hopkins had his best game of the season when the teams faced off in Week 2, catching seven passes for 117 yards and a touchdown. 


DeAndre Hopkins fine for Week 16


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/22/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is active for Week 16 against the Broncos despite contending with an ankle injury in practice leading up to the game. He was listed as probable on Friday's injury report. The ankle bothered him leading up to Week 15 as well, but he managed to play and had three catches for 52 yards.

Hopkins will be catching passes from Matt Schaub after working mostly with Case Keenum over the last eight games.


Six on Texans offense probable for Broncos battle


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/20/2013) The Texans have deemed six offensive players as probable for their Sunday clash against Denver, including premier wide receiver Andre Johnson (wrist).

The rest of the group consists of fellow wideout DeAndre Hopkins (ankle), fullback Greg Jones (knee), tackle Derek Newton (knee), guard Wade Smith (knee) and backup quarterback T.J. Yates (back).


DeAndre Hopkins delivers another long catch


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/15/2013) For the third straight game, Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins exceeded 50 yards on minimal touches thanks to one long catch Week 15 at Indianapolis. This time, it was a leaping 39-yard grab along the sideline in the fourth quarter. He was targeted five times, finishing with three catches for 52 yards.

Hopkins' three catches for 76 yards in Week 14 were highlighted by a 46-yard grab, and his two catches for 77 yards in Week 13 were highlighted by a 66-yard grab.

The Texans host the Broncos in Week 16.


DeAndre Hopkins a go for Week 15


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/15/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is active for Week 15 at Indianapolis despite being limited in practice all week by an ankle injury. He was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report.

Hopkins has gone for more than 70 yards in back-to-back games after going for less than 10 in his previous two.


Only two not probable on long Texans injury list


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/13/2013) The Texans are quite healthy heading into their Sunday game against Indianapolis. Only tight end Garrett Graham (hamstring) and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (ankle) are questionable. The rest are probable.

The offensive probables include quarterback Case Keenum (shoulder) and running back Ben Tage (ribs). The others are fullback Greg Jones (knee), tackle Derek Newton (knee), guard Wade Smith (knee) and quarterback T.J. Yates (back). 


DeAndre Hopkins not satisfied with rookie season


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/13/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is having a strong rookie season statistically, but he's not enjoying it. He is expressing self-blame for his team's 2-11 record and 11-game losing streak.

"I feel I can do more personally and take some pressure off Andre (Johnson)," he told the Houston Chronicle. "I'm a hard critic of myself. Sometimes that's a bad thing. But I feel like the games I had 70 yards I could have had 100 with just one more catch."

Hopkins went on to say that he doesn't agree with the average person who believes he's had a good rookie year. He has 44 catches for 707 yards, but just two touchdowns. He has snagged more than three receptions just once since Week 3.


DeAndre Hopkins breaks off another long reception


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(12/6/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins had a nearly identical game to his last in Week 14 against the Jaguars, in a 27-20 loss Thursday.

Hopkins hauled in 76 yards on three receptions, just a week after catching two passes for 77 yards. He picked up the majority of them on one 46-yard reception, his second-longest of the season.

Hopkins hasn't been a consistent threat for the Texans, but he is putting together a solid rookie season as the team's No. 2 receiver. He enters Week 15 against the Colts with 44 receptions for 707 yards and two touchdowns. 


DeAndre Hopkins a risky Week 14 play


by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/3/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins broke out of his two-game funk against the Pats in Week 13, catching two passes for 77 yards. He had 15 total receiving yards in the previous two games.

The second of those games was against the Jaguars, the Texans' Week 14 opponent. Hopkins caught one pass for eight yards (on five targets) in Week 12 against Jacksonville; although, in his defense, he had been on the injury report with an illness leading up to the game. Still, even with the (essentially) matchup-neutral Jaguars as an opponent this Thursday, Hopkins is a risky play. He's had more than three receptions in a game just once since Week 3. He has two touchdowns on the season, and none since he scored in Week 7. He was benched for most of the Week 11 game against the Raiders for making on-field mistakes early in the game.

Hopkins has a ton of talent, and is a threat for a breakout any week, but he's too risky to plug into lineups in all but the deepest of leagues for Week 14.

DeAndre Hopkins has career-long 66-yard catch Week 13


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/1/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins posted a career-long 66-yard reception during a 34-31 loss Week 13 vs. New England. The rookie finished with two catches for 77 yards.

Hopkins' biggest play came in the fourth quarter. Hopkins got past Kyle Arrington and had just one guy to beat after getting spun around on a broken tackle, but he couldn't get past him and was brought down at the Patriots' 14-yard line after a 66-yard gain. Two plays later, Ben Tate had a 10-yard touchdown run, which put Houston ahead 31-28.

Hopkins, who was targeted five times, has been held to two or fewer catches in three straight games. The Texans have a quick turnaround Week 14, playing at Jacksonville Thursday.


DeAndre Hopkins held to one catch again Week 12


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins didn't get benched again Week 12 vs. Jacksonville. It just looked that way after he finished with just one catch for 8 yards during a 13-6 loss.

Hopkins, who was benched early Week 11 after making some poor on-field decisions, finished with four targets Sunday. One of his failed targets came on a 2-yard pass on 3rd-and-goal in the third quarter, but Hopkins couldn't haul in quarterback Case Keenum's poor pass before it went out of bounds near the sideline.

The rookie has now totaled one catch in two straight games after managing at least two catches in his first nine games. The Texans are back in action Week 13 vs. New England.


Illness doesn't keep DeAndre Hopkins sidelined


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins made it into the lineup Week 12 vs. Jacksonville after being listed as probable due to an illness. Hopkins went through a full practice Friday after sitting out Wednesday and being limited Thursday.

Texans injury report as big as state of Texas


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/22/2013) The Texans list 17 players on their Friday injury report, but 11 are probable for the game against the Jaguars on Sunday.

The offensive players among the probables are tight end Ryan Griffin (concussion), wideout DeAndre Hopkins (illness), offensive linemen Wade Smith (knee), Cody White (neck) Ben Jones (ankle), Duane Brown (illness), Derek Newton (knee/elbow) and Chris Myers (throat) and running back Ben Tate (ribs, ankle, neck).

The probables on defense are safety Shiloh Keo (Achilles/hamstring), linebacker Joe Mays (knee) and end J.J. Watt (back).


DeAndre Hopkins green-lighted for Thursday practice


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/21/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins returned to practice Thursday after missing the Wednesday session with an illness.

Hopkins made Gary Kubiak sick on Sunday. He was benched by his coach for making mistakes on the field in a loss to Oakland in which he managed seasons-lows with one catch for seven yards.


Risky to trust DeAndre Hopkins after benching


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/20/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins spent most of the game on the sidelines Week 11 vs. Oakland after being benched early in the game for what coach Gary Kubiak called "a lot of mistakes." His first chance at redemption comes Week 12 vs. Jacksonville.

Hopkins is second among NFL rookies in receiving yards (546). However, he's been relatively disappointing since totaling a career-high 117 yards and one touchdown Week 2. Hopkins has just one touchdown in his last eight games and is averaging 45.4 receiving yards per game in that span.

Wide receivers are averaging 153.2 receiving yards and 22.2 Fantasy points per week against Jacksonville. Receivers have also totaled 12 touchdowns in 10 games. 

Consider Hopkins more of a low-end Fantasy option Week 12. It's tough to gauge what kind of role he might have Sunday after being benched last week. You should consider starting another option over starting Hopkins.


DeAndre Hopkins has seven receiving yards


by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/17/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins caught one pass for seven yards in Sunday's 28-23 loss to the Raiders. Hopkins was targeted just twice in the passing game. 

Hopkins was out of the game for large chunks of time, but wasn't -- as far as anyone knows -- injured (he caught his only pass in the fourth quarter). Coach Gary Kubiak told reporters after the game that Hopkins "made a lot of mistakes" early in the game and he simply wanted to give another receiver a chance. 

The one reception, seven yards, and two targets were all season lows for Hopkins. 

The Texans face the Jaguars in Week 12. 


DeAndre Hopkins has been a steady receiving presence


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/15/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins has 17 targets over his last two games, resulting in nine catches for 123 yards. While he has just 11 Fantasy points to show for the two-game stretch, Hopkins has put together a nice season, with 50 or more yards in all but three of his games.

Week 11 brings a matchup against the Raiders, who have allowed 25.9 Fantasy points per game to a team's opposing wideouts. But the Raiders have been a weird team against the pass this year -- they've allowed 232 Fantasy points on the season, with 98 of those points (42.2 percent) coming in just two games (Week 9 against the Eagles and Week 3 against the Broncos). In the other seven games, the Raiders have allowed just five touchdowns to wide receivers. And of those five touchdowns, just two (Emmanuel Sanders and Rueben Randle) have been scored by non-No. 1 wide receivers. 

Where's that leave Hopkins? Pretty much where he's been: expect about 60-70 yards and the chance of a touchdown. And that -- coupled with what ends up being a pretty much neutral matchup -- should be good enough to start in him in the majority of standard formats. 


DeAndre Hopkins leads Texans in receiving Week 10


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/10/2013) Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins lead the team in receiving yards against the Cardinals.

Hopkins was a big target for quarterback Case Keenum. Keenum threw the ball his way 11 times. Hopkins came up with six receptions for 69 yards. Hopkins and Andre Johnson combined for 23 targets on Keenum's 43 attempts, so they were his clear go-to players. Hopkins was more of an underneath threat, with his longest reception going 11 yards. 

Hopkins will take on the Raiders Week 11.


DeAndre Hopkins continues to struggle


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/8/2013) Texans rookie receiver DeAndre Hopkins continues to struggle heading into Week 10 at Arizona, and he's not a recommended Fantasy option in the majority of leagues.

Hopkins has just two touchdowns on the season and two games with double digits in Fantasy points. He did score in Case Keenum's first start in Week 7 at Kansas City, but in two starts with Keenum he has combined for six catches, 130 yards and a touchdown on only 10 targets.

The Cardinals have been solid against receivers all season. Only four receivers have scored double digits in Fantasy points with six touchdowns allowed.

The Texans and Keenum will continue to rely on Andre Johnson, but Hopkins is not a reliable threat - yet. He'll get there eventually, but Fantasy owners should keep him reserved in the majority of leagues in Week 10.