Pastor Dillon Posted September 6, 2018 Share Posted September 6, 2018 I always like to keep up to date with guys and their numbers. A few things to watch for this season: Deandre Hopkins. He is building a very good resume, dare I say towards a HOF ending. He is 26 this season, but if he repeats last years performance, he will have over 7,000 yards 500 catches and close to 50 TDs. Injury will be the only thing to keep him under 1,000 catches 13,000 yards and 100 TDs. Its possible that he can even reach the 15,000 yard mark in his career. Bottom line is this: The guy is a beast. He is undervalued because the Texans QB situation has been a mess his entire career. I think he could post some insane numbers over the next few years if Watson can hold on. He is also a 2x Pro Bowler, 1x 1st team all Pro, 1x 2nd Team All Pro and 1x Receiving TD leader. I would like to see 100 catches, 1,500 yards and 15 TDs out of him in a monster season this year. my prediction though is 89 catches 1,239 yards and 9 TDs JJ Watt. How many sacks can he get this year? He has 1.5 in his last 2 seasons. He sits at just 76 for his career. I think he is already a HOFer with 3 DPOY awards, but i would like for him to get to 100 sacks on his career. I think hes never going to be the guy he once was, but he can still have a solid career. I am going to prediction 55 tackles, 6 Sacks, 2 FFs Lamar Miller is 109 yards away from crossing 5,000 for his career. Its possible he passes 6,000 by the end of the season, but that would require a new career high in rushing yards. I dont think anyone else is close to any milestone to keep up with. Watson could cross 50 TD passes if he gets 31 on the season. his numbers will be interesting. With the injury and with people game planning better against him, I dont expect him to come out firing like he was last year. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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