A full-seven round Houston Texans mock draft after the first wave of NFL free agency has been completed
Now that the first wave of free agency has passed, team needs have changed drastically heading towards the NFL draft. Perhaps no team saw their needs altered more than the Houston Texans who filled their long-time hole at quarterback as well as their recently opened hole at running back.
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After agreeing to a deal with former Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler and ex-Miami Dolphins running back Lamar Miller Houston’s roster looks to be much stronger than just a few weeks ago. They also agreed with former Kansas City Chiefs guard Jeff Allen as well as former Raiders center Tony Bergstrom.
With the new additions, the Texans look much more poised to take the best player available, rather than reaching for a need. Now that we know what their roster should look like next month when the draft begins, we can start to predict which direction they may go with their selections.
Here we have a full seven-round Houston Texans mock draft, which consists of the following picks:
Round 1: 22nd overall
Round 2: 52nd overall
Round 3: 85th overall
Round 4: 119th overall
Round 5: 159th overall
Round 5: 166th overall (from New England)
Round 6: 195th overall (from New York Jets)
Next: Round 1