Former Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins posts cryptic tweet after Houston’s season-opening loss
Arizona Cardinals newly-acquired WR Deandre Hopkins has one word after seeing his former team the Houston Texans drop their opening-day game against the reigning Super Bowl champions the Kansas City Chiefs.
Hopkins took to Twitter to sum up what he feels about the Texans going 0-1 to begin their 2020 NFL season.
— Deandre Hopkins (@DeAndreHopkins) September 11, 2020
Kansas City opened their season with a huge 34-20 statement win over the Texans behind the stellar offense of Chiefs captain Patrick Mahomes and his very potent-offensive line. It’s hard to blame Hopkins for being thankful that he doesn’t have to deal with the Chiefs during the regular season now that he’s part of a different conference.
Houston took everyone by surprise when they chose to ship their star WR after another stellar year. It was Hopkins’ third consecutive year to be selected to the Pro Bowl as well as the First-Team All-Pro which left a lot of experts in shock when the Texans chose to trade him off for RB David Johnson and a few draft picks.
The four-time Pro Bowler is awaiting his first game for the Cardinals as they open their respective season against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. It’ll be the first time we’ll be seeing Hopkins in a different jersey since he entered the league in 2013 as the Texans’ first-round pick. It’s also going to be the first time we’ll get to witness Hopkins take the field with last seasons’ Offensive Rookie of the Year Kyler Murray which a lot of experts are claiming to be one of the more exciting tandems to watch this season.