Keke Coutee played less snaps than both DeAndre Hopkins and Demaryius Thomas, but ended up leading the team with a 39% target share. That’s obviously an inflated number as Hopkins only had 6 targets with Norman shadowing him, so that should bounce back… but what’s very noticeable is the fact that DT only had 0 catches on 1 target. He hasn’t had much success over the last 7 quarters; there were plays designed to get him the ball on that first drive of his first game with the Texans, but to get only 1 target after a bye tells you all you need to know. With Keke healthy, DT can be dropped if necessary. As far as Keke goes, his 5/9/77 game is encouraging moving forward on this offense, and we can probably treat him as a WR3.