The Deshaun Watson-to-Will Fuller, V connection continues to be a fruitful one for the Houston Texans.
But despite five connections for 101 yards and a touchdown between the two, it still wasn't enough in Sunday's 27-22 loss to the Giants at NRG Stadium.
Fuller described his frustrations after the Texans dropped a third straight to start the season.
"It's tough," Fuller said. "I know we have a great team, with a bunch of great players. 0-3 is not a good feeling but I feel like we're going to figure it out."
Watson found Fuller for the Texans' first touchdown of the game on a 6-yard scoring strike at the 7:37 mark of the final quarter. After a failed two-point conversion, the score stood at 20-15 in favor of New York.
"I had an under," Fuller said of his touchdown route. "I had to beat the linebacker across his face, and then there was no one over there and Deshaun found me and I got in there."
That touchdown catch was the ninth of Fuller's in six career games with Watson. Overall, it was the second in as many 2018 contests for the third-year receiver, and it was the 10th scoring grab of his career.
He now has 214 receiving yards on 13 catches this season.
All five of his catches Sunday went for a first down or a touchdown, and he averaged 20.2 yards per reception.
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