The Houston Texans are on a five win hot streak with star quarterback Deshaun Watson looking more and more like the player who took the NFL by storm last year before he tore his ACL. Ironically, they’ve now lost receiver Will Fuller for the season with a torn ACL of his own. Fuller and Watson had really connected and it was looking as if the Texans had the making of a very potent offense with Fuller alongside All-Pro and dynasty star DeAndre Hopkins. The Texans proved to be aggressive at the trading deadline, sending a fourth round selection and swapping seventh rounders with the Denver Broncos in exchange for former All-Pro receiver Demaryius Thomas. The deal has far reaching dynasty league ramifications that stretch from Houston to Denver.
Let’s examine the players who have seen their dynasty values changed as a result of the trade.
Demaryius Thomas, WR HOU
Thomas has been one of the most consistent wide receivers in the dynasty leagues over the past decade. Over his nine year career, he’s posted 665 catches, 9,055 receiving yards and 60 touchdowns. He’s also been extraordinarily durable as he’s in the middle of posting his seventh straight season without missing a game.
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