Texans Morning Huddle–draft revisionist history
Here are your daily Texans stories for January 27th:
If the Texans followed Mel Kiper Jr. by Drew Doughtery, Houstontexans.com
"Earlier today we unveiled the first Mock Draft Survey of 2016. It’s always a fun exercise: compile the notable mock drafts from around the world wide web and see who the experts think the Texans will take in the first round of the NFL Draft."
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A look at free agent Jared Crick by Tania Ganguli, ESPN.com
"Why he might be back: Crick’s impact on the Texans defense is not easily quantifiable. He is a cog in the machine of the Texans’ front, which allows, most notably, J.J. Watt a lot of freedom to freelance. Watt and Crick have been starters together for the past two seasons, and during that time, they’ve developed a chemistry that allows them to see things the same way."
Hopkins joined by Jon Weeks in Pro Bowl by Ganguli
"The Houston Texans‘ two Pro Bowl representatives are settling in quite nicely in Hawaii. Receiver DeAndre Hopkins and long snapper Jonathan Weeks shared their views as they got to Hawaii yesterday for their first Pro Bowl trips."
Dak Prescott on Texans ties by Deepi Sidhu, Houstontexans.com
"Former Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott may be one of the best players in the history of the football program. After seeing action in four seasons with the Bulldogs, Prescott left behind 38 school records (15 career, 15 single-season, 8 single-game).“It’s very humbling,” Prescott said in an exclusive interview with Texans TV. “Going to Mississippi State, that’s something that I wanted to do, to change expectations, change the culture of winning and I think I helped do that just buying into Coach (Dan) Mullen and the program. We had a great senior class who helped. People say me but it was the senior class who helped me do it and I’m thankful.”"