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Week 12 Outlook
Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills has been ruled out for Week 12 against the Detroit Lions.
Kenny Stills has played over 40 percent of the snaps just twice this season, but would have been in line for an expanded role this week with Randall Cobb also ruled out. Stills, like Cobb, did not travel with the team. Stills could conceivably be ready for Week 13's contest against the Colts and will be on the flex radar if Cobb misses that contest as expected.
Texans WR Kenny Stills (quad) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice.
Stills suffered a quad injury on Sunday but it isn't believed to be a serious issue. He'll likely be questionable for Thanksgiving afternoon against the Lions. Stills should play in three-wide sets assuming Randall Cobb (toe) can't go.
Kenny Stills (leg) has been ruled out for the remainder of the Texans' Week 11 matchup against the Patriots.
Stills entered this one with a back injury and couldn't make it through. Randall Cobb (foot) has also been ruled out, which elevates Keke Coutee into three-wide sets.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Texans WR Kenny Stills (back) is expected to play in Week 11.
While Stills is in line to play through his back injury in Sunday's tilt against the Patriots, he should not be considered in your fantasy lineups. Stills has drawn fewer than four targets, three receptions, and 39 yards in every game played this season, scoring once back in Week 4. Stills has scored five career touchdowns versus the Patriots in 10 career games, including a score in each of his past two meetings.
Kenny Stills caught his only target for six yards on Sunday as the Texans lost to the Browns by a 10-7 score in Week 10 action.
Stills has become forgotten in the Texans offense and has just four catches over his last five games. The veteran wide receiver is not seeing enough playing time to be worth owning in fantasy.