College: Texas Tech | Rookie
Height: 5'11" | Weight: 187 lbs
Birth Date: 1/14/1997
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 48.7
Avg Pts: 3.04
Rank: 46 WR
|Week 1||22.50||Keke Coutee 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)|
. . . Keke Coutee 6 yd TD pass from Deshaun Watson
Keke Coutee 11 receptions (5.50 pts)
Keke Coutee 110 rush and rec yds (11.00 pts)
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has been impressed with wide receiver Keke Coutee and says he is "playing a lot faster." "You never know what hes going to do with the ball in his hands," Watson said. In his rookie season, the 22-year-old Coutee was dogged by a nagging hamstring injury and caught only 28 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown in six regular season games. He should easily be able to top those numbers if he can stay healthy in his sophomore campaign, and Coutee will be in high demand in fantasy drafts in a potent offense under Watson.
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee has enjoyed a good spring and has 'really improved,' according to head coach Bill O'Brien.
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee said his main goal for the 2019 season is to be able to play all 16 games.
Fantasy Spin: Coutee battled a hamstring injury last year, but he had some solid outings when healthy, including his 11-catch performance in the playoffs. Even with DeAndre Hopkins headlining the passing attack, Coutee is worth a look as a WR4 in PPR formats.
Houston Texans wide receiver Keke Coutee is doing everything in his power to stay on the field in 2019. He has changed his offseason routine to focus more on stretching and eating healthier. Coutee was rarely on the field because of recurring hamstring issues in his rookie season, and he caught 28 passes for 287 yards and one touchdown in six regular season games. If he can stay on the field all year in 2019, Coutee has a very high fantasy ceiling as the slot man in Houston.
Houston Texans wide receiver Keke Coutee, who dealt with hamstring injuries off and on his entire rookie season, is fully healthy again in the offseason and is excited going into his second season. "I'm feeling great," Coutee said. "I'm feeling really good. I'm feeling like myself." He managed to play in only six games in 2018 and had 28 receptions for 287 yards and one touchdown. Coutee also had 11 catches for 110 yards and a score ono 14 targets in the wild-card playoff loss to the Colts. With DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller on the outside, Coutee could have a big year in his second season out of the slot in a dangerous offense. He might fly under the radar in drafts, too, making him an attractive sleeper.
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee (hamstring) said Thursday, Feb. 14, he is almost fully recovered from the chronic hamstring injuries which limited him miss 10 of the Texans' 17 regular-season/playoff games as a rookie this past season. 'I'm feeling great,' Coutee said. 'I'm feeling really good. I'm feeling like myself. The hamstring is good. I'm still resting a little bit. I'm going to start back training soon, but it's 100 percent.'
Fantasy Spin: DeAndre Hopkins will still be gobbling up the lion's share of the Texans' targets and Will Fuller will also be involved if he can come back from a torn ACL, but Coutee has sleeper potential, particularly in PPR formats, after averaging 5.6 receptions and 56.7 yards and catching a pair of TD passes in the seven games he did play last season.
Texans' WR Keke Coutee scored 28.00 fantasy points in Saturday's playoff loss against the Colts. Coutee caught 11 passes for 110 yards with one touchdown.
Texans' WR Keke Coutee had 11 receptions for 110 yards with one touchdown in Saturday's loss against the Colts.
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee caught 11 passes for 110 yards and a touchdown in his first playoff game, but the Texans lost to the Indianapolis Colts 21-7 Saturday, Jan. 5.
Fantasy Spin: Coutee played minimally in his first year with a nagging hamstring injury. When he did play with Will Fuller out, he was lights out. Houston boasts a solid wide receiver corps with DeAndre Hopkins, Coutee and Fuller, but Coutee isn't as valuable when Fuller is healthy. Still, he's an extremely alluring fantasy sleeper in 2019.
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee (hamstring) will be active for the Wild Card playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts, according to a team official.
Fantasy Spin: Coutee has not played since the end of November because of the hamstring injury but has been a solid fantasy option when he has been healthy. He is a risky option this week because he could aggravate the injury but can also be considered a flex option in playoff fantasy leagues.
Houston Texans rookie wide receiver Keke Coutee (hamstring), who is questionable for the wild-card game against the Colts on Saturday, is expected to be active, according to a source. Coutee has missed the last five games and has played in just six games total in his rookie season, but he was able to practice in full all week and should play plenty of snaps as the No. 2 wideout behind DeAndre Hopkins. Coutee has a lot of upside and caught 11 passes against Indy earlier this year, but he'll be a boom/bust DFS pick for wild-card weekend.
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee (hamstring) is expected to play against the Indianapolis Colts in the wild-card round Saturday, Jan. 5, according to a source.
Fantasy Spin: Coutee has flashed plenty of potential when healthy, but he missed the final five games of the regular season. Needless to say, he could be dealing with some rust, making him a risky play in playoff contests.
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee (hamstring) fully participated in practice Thursday, Jan. 3, but is listed as questionable for the Wild Card playoff game.
Fantasy Spin: Coutee is expected to be a game-time decision but was a full participant in all three practices this week. He has played well when he is healthy but may be too risky of an option for owners this week.
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee (hamstring) is 'trending in the right direction' as he attempts to overcome a hamstring injury and play in the Saturday, Jan. 5, wild-card game, according to head coach Bill O'Brien. Coutee's status likely will be a game-time decision.
Fantasy Spin: The hammy issue has helped limit the wideout to six games -- and only two since Week 7 -- in his rookie season. But when he plays, he's been involved, averaging 6.8 targets, 4.7 receptions and 47.8 yards per contest -- and most of that is with since-injured WRs Demaryius Thomas and Will Fuller also playing along with stud WR1 DeAndre Hopkins. Check the game-day inactives list if you're thinking about using him.
Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien said that rookie wide receiver Keke Coutee (hamstring) "has a shot" to play in the wild-card game against the Colts on Saturday, but he will be a game-time decision. Coutee has been bothered by hamstring issues off and on all year and missed the final five games of the regular season. However, he's been practicing in full this week, so we'd expect him to be out there for the playoffs, especially after he had 11 catches on 15 targets for 109 yards against the Colts earlier this year. Coutee will be a boom/bust DFS play if he's active as the likely No. 2 receiver behind DeAndre Hopkins.
Houston Texans S Mike Tyson (knee, ankle) did not practice Wednesday, Jan. 2. RB Buddy Howell (hamstring) and J.J. Watt (elbow, knee) were limited. LB Dylan Cole (wrist), WR Keke Coutee (hamstring), DT Brandon Dunn (ankle), OG Zach Fulton (hand), S Andre Hal (ankle), CB Johnathan Joseph (neck), OG Senio Kelemete (knee, rib), LB Benardrick McKinney (heel) and FS Justin Reid (wrist) practiced in full.
Houston Texans rookie wide receiver Keke Coutee (hamstring) practiced in full on Wednesday for the first time since he aggravated his hamstring against the Titans back on Nov. 26. Coutee has missed the last five games and has played in only six contests all year. He has a chance to return for the wild-card matchup against the Colts on Saturday, but it's fair to question how much he'll play if he's active after such a long layoff. The 21-year-old rookie did catch 11 of 15 targets for 109 yards on Sept. 30 against the Colts, but he'll be a very risky DFS playoff pick if he returns this weekend. Houston needs all the help they can get behind DeAndre Hopkins with both Will Fuller and Demaryius Thomas done for the year.
Houston Texans S Mike Tyson (knee, ankle) did not practice Tuesday, Jan. 1. DE J.J. Watt (elbow, knee), LB Benardrick McKinney (heel), CB Johnathan Joseph (neck), RB Buddy Howell (hamstring) and DT Brandon Dunn (ankle) were limited. LB Dylan Cole (wrist), WR Keke Coutee (hamstring), C Zach Fulton (hand), S Andre Hal (ankle), OG Senio Kelemete (knee, rib) and FS Justin Reid (wrist) participated fully.
Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien said that rookie wide receiver Keke Coutee (hamstring) has a shot to play in the wild-card game this Saturday against the Colts. Definitely, I think hes trending that way," O'Brien said. "I think theres a shot. We have to see how he looks in practice on a day-to-day basis, but theres a shot there. Coutee has missed the last five games and has been limited to six games this year due to his lingering hamstring issues. The speedy rookie has upside but has caught just 28 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown on the year. With Will Fuller and Demaryius Thomas out for the year, Coutee would serve as the No. 2 wideout behind DeAndre Hopkins. Despite Coutee's long-term upside, he's a tough sell in playoff DFS formats with such a long layoff. If he remains out, Vyncint Smith and Deandre Carter will stay in on three-wide sets against Indy.
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee (hamstring) has a chance to play in the Wild Card playoff game, according to head coach Bill O'Brien.
Fantasy Spin: Coutee has not played since the end of November, but owners can keep an eye on his practice participation during the week. He has played well when healthy, but owners probably should look for other options for their lineups.