Last season, DeAndre Hopkins led the NFL in touchdown catches. Early projections by ESPN's fantasy football expert Mike Clay have the six-year veteran wide receiver repeating that performance in 2018.
Ten touchdowns is still three fewer touchdowns than his 2017 performance, which earned Hopkins First-Team All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors.
Hopkins finished the 2017 season with a league-high 13 receiving touchdowns despite missing the final game of the year. He also finished first in the NFL in targets (174) and fourth in receiving yards (1,378).
Watson is projected to finish among the top ten quarterbacks with 29 passing touchdowns in 2018.
Watson threw a record 19 passing touchdowns in his first seven NFL games before tearing his ACL during practice last October.
Check out some of the best photos of DeAndre Hopkins during his Pro Bowl season in 2017.