DeAndre Hopkins has solid fantasy game in loss to Cardinals

Houston Texans wide receiver Deandre Hopkins catches a pass against the Kansas City Chiefs - Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Houston Texans rookie wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins caught a team-high six passes for 69 yards in the Week 10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. We bring you the fantasy implications here.

Houston Texans rookie wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins caught a team-high six passes for 69 yards in Houston's Week 10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. In addition to bumping Andre Johnson's numbers, Case Keenum is doing a similar job with Hopkins. The rookie quarterback isn't afraid to throw it deep and both Johnson and Hopkins are benefiting from it. He was targeted eleven times while Johnson was targeted twelve. On the year, Hopkins has 37 catches for 539 yards and two touchdowns.

Fantasy impact: Since Keenum took over, the rookie has twelve receptions for 199 yards and a touchdown. He isn't a reliable start right now but you could do a lot worse as a bye week or injury replacement. The Texans will face the Oakland Raiders in Week 11.

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