Will Fuller, V and Braxton Miller have two preseason games of experience. According to their head coach, they've done a good job grasping the Texans offense.
"Very well," Bill O'Brien said on Sunday. "I think Braxton and Will for rookie receivers have done a really good job."
Fuller led the Texans with four catches for 73 yards and a score in the win over New Orleans on Saturday night. Miller pulled in a trio of passes for 34 yards. For O'Brien, one of the main reasons the two have progressed and produced has been their good health.
"I think the fact that they're out there every day, they get all the reps, they're in all the meetings, they've been able to stay healthy, that goes a long way towards being able to learn," O'Brien said. "When you're going against our defense, all the different things that our defense does, it really forces you to have to learn the position and learn all the different ways to run routes and things like that. I think they've both done a good job of learning."
Fuller, Miller and the Texans are back on the practice field Monday at the Houston Methodist Training Center. They'll host the Cardinals on Sunday at NRG Stadium.
Check out the best photos throughout #TexansGameday vs. the Saints.