Fuller, when healthy, formed a dynamic duo alongside Hopkins over the past four seasons.
Yet Fuller has been active for just 29 of 51 games (including the playoffs) since 2017, calling into question is durability.
If he does become the No. 1 wideout, he'd be replacing a player in Hopkins who has only missed two games in his seven NFL seasons.
Hopkins is correct about the touchdowns.
In 2017, Fuller's second season, he became the first player since 1991 to reach seven receiving touchdowns on 11 catches or fewer. That same season (Deshaun Watson's rookie year), Fuller and Hopkins combined for 20 receiving touchdowns, which was the most by a pair of teammates in franchise history.
Fuller was also the first Texans player to catch 10 touchdowns in his first 25 games.
So, is Fuller a viable No. 1 option?
"He totally, 100 percent can (be a No. 1 wide receiver). I think the question is whether he is going to have the same production ... Can Will Fuller matchup with No. 1 cornerbacks? The teams that have cornerbacks who travel around with the best receiver, those guys are now going to be tracking Will Fuller. How does he do against them? His production is not going to be quite as electric. But yes, he has beaten those guys before, plenty of times.
"The other big difference will be the safety help will be rotated over toward Will Fuller. For Will Fuller's entire career, when teams and defenses have gotten aggressive with their defensive backfield, they've gotten aggressive on DeAndre Hopkins. Cornerbacks can go up and get super aggressive on DeAndre Hopkins because they always have safety help over the back. So this corner can come up and just try to physically bludgeon DeAndre Hopkins because the defense is rotated over and helped out that cornerback.