The most common line of thought for the Houston Texans after selecting Tytus Howard in round one to solve the left tackle problem is to turn eyes to the secondary, I agree with this, obviously. However, there are other spots on the offensive side of the ball that the team could look at to build a better winner around Watson.
The Texans boast one of the game’s best receivers in DeAndre Hopkins, behind him there is a lot of potential but also a lot of question marks. Will Fuller has proven to be a terrific complement to Hopkins but can’t stay on the field. Keke Coutee has promise but is showing the same concerns.
So, the team could look to target a guy like J.J. Arcega-Whiteside on day two help alleviate those issues. He is a big receiver who is adept at high pointing the ball and bringing in the catch for his quarterback.
The biggest concern with him was speed and answered that in a resounding way at his pro day when he ran in the 4.4s. JJAW could be a great complement to what Hopkins bring and provide yet another red zone weapon for Watson.