1. Nate Washington WR Texans
The Texans are a mess, as if you needed any other proof of that just watch their first half against the Dolphins this past week when they trailed Miami 41-0.
Washington though could be a find moving forward, as DeAndre Hopkins is already well established as the number one, but this past week Washington mostly in garbage time pulled in nine passes for 127 yards and two scores as Houston played from 41 points down.
This season he has 22 catches for 337 yards and the two scores he had this last week against Miami. Look for Washington to get some more shots as the Texans are playing from behind more often.
Also take into consideration they lost running back Arian Foster for the rest of the year, which means they will have to throw even more than they have thus far.