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Texans' 3rd Round Picks Analysis Published 5/4/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author James Greene

The Houston Texans had zero draft selections in the first two rounds of this year's draft due to the deal they made last year to acquire Deshaun Watson. Their third round picks were chosen to address specific needs. Justin Reid- Stanford Reid was first-team all Pac 12 during his collegiate career which is an impressive accomplishment.... read more→

Texans' 2018 NFL Draft Reaction Published 4/30/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author James Greene

Rumble Texans Rumble! For a team who couldn’t participate in the excitement of the NFL draft’s first and second round, the Houston Texans made up for it with smart late round picks. Houston’s front office understood their needs and addressed all of them. The flashy picks didn’t take control of the Texan’s war room, but the wise ones... read more→

2018 NFL Draft: Day Two Mock Draft Published 4/27/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Connor Livesay

Second Round 33. Cleveland Browns - Derrius Guice - RB - LSU 34. New York Giants - Will Hernandez - OG - UTEP 35. Cleveland Browns (From Houston) - Connor Williams - OT - Texas 36. *TRADE* Dallas Cowboys (From Indianapolis) - Courtland Sutton - WR - SMU 37. Indianapolis Colts (From New York Jets) - Josh Sweat - EDGE - Florida... read more→

2018 NFL Draft: 7-Round Mock Draft Published 4/26/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Connor Livesay

2018 NFL Draft Order: Round 1 1. Cleveland Browns - Sam Darnold - QB - USC The Cleveland Browns finally land a future franchise quarterback. With Tyrod Taylor projected as the starter, Sam Darnold will be able to sit behind Taylor for a year until he's thrown into the fire. The 20-year-old quarterback may not be the most pro-ready quarterback... read more→

Should Dez stay in the Lonestar State? Published 4/19/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author James Greene

Does Dez make a good fit in Houston? An interesting question to say the least. Of course,  Texans’ fans from all over can instantly daydream of seeing Dez throw up his X after a touchdown pass from Deshaun, but how realistic is that? Let’s look at the roster first. Is there a need for another wideout? The answer is yes. Houston has... read more→

Realistic Expectations for Houston in 2018-19 Published 3/31/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author James Greene

The Texans will enter the 2018-19 season with a new look secondary along with the return of Mercilus and Watt up front defensively. On the other side of the ball, Watson will also return and be protected by several new offensive linemen. Before we find out who Houston drafts and how effective they’ll be, what are the realistic expectations for... read more→

Sammie Finds a Home in Houston Published 3/18/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author James Greene

Sammie Coates is the newest member of the Houston Texans. At only 24 years old his best year in the league came two seasons ago when he racked up 435 receiving yards in 2016 with the Steelers. Since that time, he's failed to make the following season's roster in Pittsburgh, was traded to Cleveland and then waived by them this year. This signing... read more→

Houston and the Honey (Badger) Published 3/16/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author James Greene

On one hand, Houston has addressed their horrible offensive line woes so far in free agency, but also haven't made any big "splash" signings. They didn't get Richard Sherman, they couldn't convince Malcolm Butler to come to the lone star state, but there is now a way to sweeten their secondary with some honey. As in the honey badger who is now a... read more→

Houston's Free Agency Update Published 3/16/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author James Greene

The Texans entered this week with 66 million in cap space and have yet to make any sexy free agent signings. With a total 4 looming signings expected to become official in the next 24 hours, it's clear what Houston's primary objective is for the upcoming season. If you take away the Aaron Colvin signing, which is an attempt to upgrade the... read more→

Should Houston go after Sherman? Published 3/11/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author James Greene

Should Houston go after Richard Sherman? Simply put my answer is no. Granted, yes, the Texans are in desperate need of help in the secondary. And Sherman reminded us of his production on Twitter just this week where he ranks first in interceptions, passes defensed, and allowed completion percentage since 2011. “James why in the world... read more→

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