Here are your daily Houston Texans stories for Tuesday:
Osweiler could struggle by Battle Red Blog
"Pro Football Focus hasn’t pulled any punches in their repeated declarations that your Houston Texans committed an egregious error by investing inBrock Osweiler. Thus, it should come as no surprise that PFF continues to beat the drum that Osweiler is unlikely to find success in Houston with a new blurb today."
Yet another piece by PFF berating the Brock Osweiler to Houston move. We get it, you guys don’t think Osweiler is that good and that it wasn’t wise spending by the Texans in free agency. But how many times do you have to repeat the same message? Come up with something else fellas.
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Texans pleased with Johnson’s development by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"One year into the first-round draft pick’s NFL career, the Texans are pleased with his development.“I think Kevin is a very good young player that has showed on the game field and on the practice field that he has the capabilities to be a good player and continue to get better,” secondary coach John Butler said. “He’s passionate about the game and he studies. Obviously, unfortunately he’s dealing with an offseason of injury repair. I think, without giving him unfair expectations, we’re happy with where he’s at and feel he has a future with the Texans that’s very bright.”"
Great to hear. With Kevin Johnson emerging this will strengthen the already strong Texans cornerback group.
Top 25 defenders that will face the Texans offense by John Harris, Houstontexans.com
"Last week, I put together a list of the top 25 offensive players that the Texans would face in 2016, assuming, of course, 100 percent health and no suspensions.This week, we’ll take a look at the top 25 defensive players that the Texans will face in 2016. Minus potential matchups with Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers, the defensive players on the Texans schedule are probably a tad more stout, especially at one position in particular. There are EIGHT former edge rushing Pro Bowlers on the schedule and not all of them made the top 25."
You know this is a loaded list when Jurrell Casey isn’t in the top 25.