Texans may have found their starting right tackle

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Kendall Lamm could be the front-runner to start at right tackle for the Houston Texans.

The biggest wild card heading into the upcoming season is who will be the Texans’ starting right tackle.

It’s only May, but one player is already standing out, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

That player is Kendall Lamm, who went undrafted in 2015.

Lamm played his college ball at Appalachian State University, which has a very good football program even though they’re a small school.

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The 24 year-old Lamm has started seven games during his first two NFL seasons.

Lamm’s Pro Football Focus grade in 2015 was 46.7 and in 2016 it was 57.9.

It would make sense for Lamm to start showing promise now with this being his third NFL season. He might finally be reaching his potential after getting acclimated to the next level.

Not only has Lamm had to get use to the NFL, but learning head coach Bill O’Brien’s offense is not a treat for any player. It could all be coming together at just the right time.

Please comment below and let us know whether you think Lamm should start at right tackle this coming season.