Football can be a harsh mistress. Just one week removed from being the talk of the town after dominating the Falcons' secondary, Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller had a truly rough night, as he was just about the only negative in Houston's 31-24 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. After lighting up Atlanta for 217 receiving yards and three scores, Fuller was looking to replicate that outing. And he really could (should) have, but unfortunately, his hands let him down. Three potential touchdown passes were dropped by Fuller, on passes placed perfectly from Deshaun Watson.
Yep, not one, not two, but THREE dropped touchdown passes from Fuller. We'll hazard a guess and say he's trying to forget about this game.
Luckily for him the Texans ended up winning, which will help in putting his disastrous performance behind him.
Fuller, a notorious speedster, hasn't had the surest pair of hands going back to his days at Notre Dame, and those issues have followed him to Houston, where he owns a career 59.6% catch rating.
Fuller showcased on Sunday that while he's one of the most lethal deep threats in the league, beating the defensive back is only half the battle.