Yesterday I delved into the possibility of the Houston Texans pursuing a NT in the first round of the 2012 NFL draft. However, that was pure speculation as my best guess would be that the Texans would draft a wide-receiver in the first round.
The need for a receiver to compliment Andre Johnson was made glaringly clear this past season.
WR Jacoby Jones, who has become public enemy #1 in Houston, has proven that he does not have the football intelligence necessary to make a solid #2 receiver. On more than just a few occasions he was seen running horizontal, across the field, or backwards rather than turning his hips and getting upfield. Granted, he did his best to avoid getting hit but taking a net loss in yards is never acceptable when you can pick up at least one or two yards.
Additionally, Jones has shown an inability to make consistent plays for the ball. He has had a few bright spots over the last five seasons. However, over those same five seasons he has only managed to accumul...