A look at how each positional group fared for the Houston Texans during the 2015 season in which they finished 9-7 and in first place in the AFC South
The 2016 NFL Draft is just a couple months away and before that, only mere days out now, will be the free agency period. Player names and rumors will be flying all around during those times as fans and members of the media try and figure out who will fit where.
To help us better understand who the Houston Texans can use, and where they may be looking to upgrade, we first need to look back to what they featured on the field during the 2015 NFL season.
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The Texans finished the season 9-7 and despite being forced to start four different guys at quarterback, they were able to win the AFC South and ended up in the postseason. Their 30-0 blowout loss in their only playoff game however, was a stark reminder that the nine wins were a result of coaching around flaws as they were exposed pretty bad against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Heading into 2016, the fans are clamoring for a quarterback above everything else. While there is a huge need there, we will look at how that position played as a whole while also examining how the other positions on the team performed as well.
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