DeAndre Hopkins had an incredible season. He caught 96 passes on 174 targets for 1,378 yards, averaging 14.4 yards a reception, and scored 13 touchdowns. He did this with only six games that Deshaun Watson started, leaving him forced to catch scraps from Tom Savage and T.J. Yates through the other nine games (he sat out the season finale). Hopkins is the second Texans wide receiver to make the All-Pro team; the first was Andre Johnson, of course.
#Texans WR @DeAndreHopkins was named to the AP NFL All-Pro First Team today, which is chosen by a national panel of 50 NFL writers and broadcasters to recognize the best players at each position. Hopkins posted 96 receptions for 1,378 yards and a franchise-record 13 TDs in 2017 pic.twitter.com/w1qebTpmJE— Texans PR (@TexansPR) January 5, 2018
Nuk was the only player on the Texans to make an All-Pro team. Sadly Everson Griffen, Demarcus Lawrence, Calais Campbell, and Cameron Jordan were selected ahead of him because sacks rule everything around me.