The Houston Texans are quickly finding out how easy it is to go from the hunter to the hunted.
In a move that surprised no one that pays attention to a little thing called the salary cap, they have lost star defensive end/outside linebacker Mario Williams to the Buffalo Bills in free agency. A rumored six year deal costing $100 million with half of it guaranteed. Houston had no chance at matching such an offer with their cap issues and several key pieces up this year and next.
If you think back to a week ago, there was still much optimism in Houston. Fans were talking about having the division locked up for the next four or five years and maybe even making a Super Bowl run. With the signing of a long term deal with superstar running back Arian Foster, the rainbows and puppy dogs were even greater.
However, earlier this week, it was announced to great shock that stud right tackle Eric Winston would be released as a cap casualty. For an offensive line that was considered...