Johnson is an absolute no-brainer for the first receiver spot. Over 1,000 catches, over 13,000 yards and 64 touchdowns since being taken in the first round out of Miami in 2003 before leaving after the 2014 season. Walter was mostly a possession receiver during his time in Houston from 2006-2012. He caught 326 passes for over 4,000 yards and collected two dozen touchdowns. Third I have the emerging star Hopkins. He’s already the fourth leading receiver in Texans history with 3,181 yards. He’s also fourth in touchdowns with 18 already and those numbers are only going to go up.
Tight End: Owen Daniels
Daniels was one of the most underrated tight ends of the last decade. In his eight years in Houston he caught 29 touchdowns for over 4,600 yards (second best in team history) and is second in catches with 385. Injuries were a thorn in his side throughout his career, but he managed to pull through and still set team records for tight ends.
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