Houston Texans: Let the Hillsanity, Begin in Houston

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The WR from Georgia Tech is 6’4″ , 215 lbs, and has a 33.3″ inch wingspan. A guy like this with the same blend of height, weight, and speed as WR Andre Johnson, can prove to be the future of the Houston Texans franchise. Andre is starting to wear down, as you can tell by his injury-ridden past 2 seasons, so it is time to look towards the future of our receiving core. Texans fans and front office all feel that WR Kevin Walter and WR Jacoby Jones are not the answer. 


This is a guy who can run a 4.3 flat , he has big play ability, and is not afraid of contact. His big frame allows him to block well, which will be essential in the Texans running game. Hill’s big play potential will boosts RB Arian Fosters running game. The only negative this player has is production, he caught 28 receptions for 820 yards and 5 TD’s, but to be fair Georgia Tech runs a triple option. Rick Smith and Gary Kubiak would be insane to pass up on Hill. So lets start the Hillsanity

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Topics: 2012 NFL Draft, NFL, NFL Draft, Texans

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