The Morning Fix: David Quessenberry nominated for George Halas Award and more

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Good morning Houston! I hope you enjoy this morning’s Houston Texans’ news fix.

J.J. Watt believes top-100 list is a joke after he came in at No. 35 when he only played three games last season. He might be right.

I don’t believe the Texans would have released Keith Mumphrey and Max Bullough if they had been top draft picks.

Here’s some more news:

Houston Texans: Why Tom Savage will have a banner season [House of Houston]

It’s great to be optimistic, but I won’t hold my breathe on Savage tearing up the NFL in 2017.

Breakfast: D.J. Reader, Carlos Watkins reunited []

Reader and Watkins of course both played their college ball at Clemson.

A Closer Look at the Houston Texans Sio Moore [State of the Texans]

It has really surprised me how much Moore has bounced around in the NFL.

A Closer Look at the Houston Texans Dres Anderson [State of the Texans]

Anderson will need to make his mark on special teams.

Houston Texans Notebook: No Nonsense Approach with the Roster [State of the Texans]

More from Toro Times

David Quessenberry nominated for George Halas Award [Texans Wire]

Quessenberry certainly deserves this award.

Will Fuller’s drop issue a lingering problem [Texans Wire]

You would think correcting something as simple as dropped passes would be easy.

Ranking the Greatest Teams in NFL History [Bleacher Report]

One day the Texans could be on this list.