Thought #3: What the Texans need to do to gain righteousness
So if they draft another guy in the backfield within the first two rounds, the backfield may not be as much of an Achilles’ heel. That being said, they still have troubles.
Um Mr. Gaine, we haven’t done that yet.
I would rather not have the Houston Texans procrastinate the offensive line improvement the way
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I procrastinated my 10-page essay for one my college courses.
Bottom line, the offensive line won’t look good for yet another season. I learned it the hard way.
But in all honesty, it’s imperative protecting Deshaun Watson should be Priority No. 1. If it isn’t done, it won’t be long before Watson decides to rethink his longevity with the Houston Texans or ponders an early retirement plan. I would like to say that two out of the first three picks in this year’s draft need to be dedicated to the offensive line. The pick not used for the offensive line in those first three rounds needs to be dedicated to the defensive back field.
But don’t expect a guy this free agency to solve parts of our offensive line. There are no big guys, relative to other football players, left on the market that can solve problems. Improving the offensive line can only be acquiesced through the draft.
Let’s hope to see improvement in the future, because the Houston Texans have one of the toughest schedules in the league next year. If they don’t make improvements, then they will get whooped.
Until then, to Houston Texans fans, BULLS ON PARADE!