As Will Fuller and the Houston Texans prepare for their Week 4 matchup with the Indianapolis Colts on the road, they are facing about as close to a must-win game as a team can this early in the season. Despite massive expectations coming into the season, the Texans are off to a 0-3 start. It’s not time to panic just yet, but the Texans need to put one in the win column.

Even though the Texans are currently 0-3, there are still things to be very happy with. One of those things has been the chemistry between wide receiver Will Fuller and quarterback Deshaun Watson.

The connection started strong last season when Watson took over as the starter under center. Fuller and Watson immediately looked good together. That has continued this season.

In a recent interview with Aaron Wilson of, Fuller opened up about his relationship with Watson and how the two have developed so much chemistry.

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“I just love playing with him and it’s just fun out there with him. Just having fun and just trying to continue to compete and just make some plays. Just practicing hard and just getting our rhythm down in practice. I think that’s the biggest key, just the way we practice.”

Watson and Fuller have connected for at least one touchdown in the six games they’ve played together and have had nine touchdowns in total. As far as Houston fans are concerned, they don’t care how the two are getting the job done. All that matters is that they continue doing what they’re doing.

Fuller missed the first game of the season, but the last two games has been healthy and able to play. In those two contests, Fuller has caught 13 passes for 214 yards and two touchdowns. He has been an absolute monster for not only the Texans, but also for his fantasy football owners.

Watson and Fuller have shown no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Both players love playing with each other and it shows in a big way on the field.