The season is moving along quickly, and with that, we’re learning more about who will be the studs for this season, and who will be the duds. We’re going to take a look at the Houston Texans stock so far through the season, and who I believe is on the rise as well as who will be on the downward slope.
On the Rise:
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2013 was a year of disappointing play on all sides of the ball. The offense could not move the ball with any semblance of efficiency, the defense could not stay off the field, and the special teams seemed to forget they were on an actual NFL team at times. No single person was to blame, but there were a few that stood out as bad apples, that have completely turned it around this...
HOUSTON (AP) Houston's offensive line has emerged as one of the strengths of the Texans in their 2-0 start.
A big reason for the improvement from last season is the development of right tackle Derek Newton. Running back Arian Foster, who has rushed for 241 yards through Houston's first two games, raved about him as the Texans prepare for this weekend's game on the road against the...
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September 18, 2014
When it comes to grading team’s in the NFL Draft, it takes 3 years to properly asses a team’s success. I previously graded the Jacksonville Jaguars draft.
That article can be found here: http://utnsports.com/2014/06/25/analyzing-the-2011-draft-jacksonville-jaguars/
Onward we go, to the Houston Texans. Houston was slowly building up a nice looking roster heading into the 2011...