Houston Texans: Potential Second Round Draft Options

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After a wild first round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the second round leaves the Houston Texans with plenty of options to upgrade their team.

The Texans could choose from a plethora of quarterbacks after neglecting to trade up for Johnny Manziel and Teddy Bridgewater late in the first round. The Texans clearly felt comfortable with other quarterbacks later on in the draft to not give up picks to move into the first round.

There are also other holes that need to be filled up as well. The right tackle and guard positions could use an upgrade. Though Jadeveon Clowney is now a member of the Texans, they could still use help at defensive end and nose tackle. Running back and inside linebacker are another two positions that could use an upgrade.

The Texans have lots of great options to choose from in round two. Here are five different second round options the Texans should consider, with pros, cons, and player comparisons provided.

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