Last year we all learned that the Houston Texans were a much better team by design than perhaps some anticipated or even believed. But despite being that well-oiled machine that was a stone’s throw away from the 2011 AFC Conference, a few small issues did stand in the way of their magical advancement; issues that will be addressed in the 2012 NFL Draft.
The two major focal points for Houston is getting another high profile WR to compliment Andre Johnson—a move that is paramount for making this offense even more threatening—and finding a quality DE/OLB to not only possibly fill in for the loss of Mario Williams, but also learn the new system that will be brought in by defensive mastermind Wade Phillips.
Other than the immediate mentions above, the Texans have only tertiary needs remaining which should help the organization concentrate on drafting for depth and the future, so let’s take a look at who things may turn out.
Round 1: Rueben Randle, WR, LSU 6? 3?, 210 pounds
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