Texans: Deshaun Watson, who racked-up 373 and 2TDs in Week 15, walks into 2021 kind of locked into undervalued position, as there are just too many up and coming QBs ranking in ahead of him. With Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Justin Herbert, Kyler Murray and Russell Wilson… by default, Watson isn’t going to rank any higher than the 6- to 7th-ranked QB in 2021 and beyond. You could even toss Lamar JacksonWatson, which makes Watson one of the better cemented-in value-grab QBs heading into 2021 redraft and dynasty. Back to Week 15… David Johnson had the gig all to himself in Week 15, and if you didn’t watch the game, you may glance over the rushing stats and be shocked he only had 8 carries for 27 yards. However, the guy pulled in 11 balls for 106 yards, so the talent is certainly present. But, will the guy stay healthy if we are looking into 2021 and beyond. He’s a hard guy to trust, that’s for sure, and the upcoming NFL Draft could disrupt that running back room come April. For Week 16, Watson and DJ are strong plays. Brandin Cooks and Keke Coutee are decent plays at best, but decent plays for sure in big leagues.
Colts: Jonathan Taylor had some good momentum heading into Week 15, and he ran out 83 yards and 1TD on the ground. He only had 12 yards receiving, but pulled in 4 passes, so it was a pretty nice day for Taylor. Nyheim Hines ran for 43 hards and pulled in 2 passes for 11 yards. Zack Pascal recorded 5 receptions for 79 yards and 2TDs, but don’t chase those points too much, as he’s highly unlikely to repeat that line in Week 16. I do like Pascal, but he’s likely not going to be consistent. TY Hilton had 4 receptions for 71 yards in Week 15; his 2021 value is cloudy and tough to predict. If anyone emerges next year as the team’s number one wide receiver, I think it will be Michael Pittman.