WR - HOU
This Texans receiving corps is extremely confusing to try and project without practice reports, etc. While there are plenty of new faces in town, Stills knows this offense and that could lead to a "leg up" in a truncated offseason. Either way, Stills is likely going to see significant snaps at some point this season with the injury histories of the players ahead of him on the depth chart. In a deep league, he's worth holding at the bottom of your bench.
Kenny Stills has some weekly upside but he'll ultimately remain behind Will Fuller, Brandin Cooks and Randall Cobb until the inevitable injury. With DeAndre Hopkins out of town, there's nobody to really lead the team's receivers and that gives Stills an opportunity to make a solid impact when one of the league's two most injury-prone receivers inevitably goes down. That gives Stills intriguing late round value.
Decided to move Cobb above him, so Stills fell considerably in my rankings.
Stills wasn't heavily involved last year after a preseason trade to the Texans, and he missed three games do to injuries. But he did rank seventh in the league in yards per target and had the fourth highest catch rate (72.7%) among wide receivers. Although DeAndre Hopkins is gone, the Texans added Brandin Cooks and Randall Cobb, so it's unlikely that Stills will suddenly have an important role on the team. Given that he's never had more than 63 catches or 931 yards receiving, it's unlikely that he'll be worth rostering this season.
27 years old - UFA 2021
The Texans really cannot count on him to be one of their featured pass-catchers
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