Houston Texans morning huddle: Team hopes speed kills
By Randy Gurzi
The morning huddle brings you all the Houston Texans news you need to know in order to keep up with your favorite NFL franchise
Good morning Houston Texans fans! Here is all the football news you need to know to keep up with your favorite team, enjoy!
AFC South Q&A: Will speed solve the Texans’ offensive issues? – by Tania Ganguli, ESPN
"Today’s question: The Houston Texans’ main goal this offseason was to add speed to their offense, and they did it with nearly every skill position acquisition they made. Lamar Miller, running back Tyler Ervin and receivers Will Fuller and Braxton Miller are all fast. The Texans needed upgrades at all of those positions, but are they overvaluing speed? Will this solve their offensive issues?"
Breakfast: Players react to USA-Argentina at NRG – by Jesse Clark, HoustonTexans.com
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"Tuesday evening was a big night in Houston, as NRG Stadium played host to the Copa America seminfinal between the USA and Argentina.While the game didn’t go as planned for Team USA, Argentina star Lionel Messi put on a show for the fans, scoring on a beautiful free kick and adding two assists as his team cruised to a 4-0 victory."
2016 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Houston Texans team outlook – by Dave Richard, CBS Sports
"After getting blasted in the playoffs 30-0, O’Brien and his staff signed quarterback Brock Osweiler and running back Lamar Miller to lucrative free-agent deals. Not only do they replace older and more injury-prone players at their positions (Brian Hoyer and Arian Foster), but they should rejuvenate the offense. It’s vital to the Texans, who averaged 21.2 points per game during the season but only beat one playoff team from 2015."
Texans’ J.J. Watt, Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio spar – by Greg Rajan, Houston Chronicle
"Like many people in Houston on Tuesday night, Watt took to Twitter to show his support for the U.S. men’s national soccer team before its Copa America semifinal against Argentina at NRG Stadium."
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"Watt’s Twitter missive seemed harmless and quite Watt-esque, but it apparently was enough to draw the wrath of one leading NFL news website."