The Morning Fix: Why J.J. Watt’s ranking was right and more
Good morning Houston! The weekend is once again almost here and we have all the Houston Texans’ news you need right here.
Lamar Miller likes what he sees in this year’s Texans’ offense.
It’s not a surprise that quarterback Tom Savage is getting most of the first-team reps.
Here’s some more news:
Houston Texans: Why J.J. Watt’s Top 100 ranking was just right [House of Houston]
I disagree. I would have ranked Watt in the 70’s.
Texans assistant Romeo Crennel having too much fun to retire [Houston Chronicle]
I sure Crennel is enjoying not having so much pressure on him now that he’s no longer a defensive coordinator.
Mike Vrabel well-prepared for next step as Texans’ defensive coordinator [Houston Chronicle]
Vrabel is going to get the job done. He’s a very smart guy.
Savage vs. Watson About to Heat Up in Houston [Bleacher Report]
Savage is in the drivers seat right now.
Texans know it won’t be easy for opposing offenses if J.J. Watt, Jadeveon Clowney are healthy at the same time [Pro Football Talk]
If Watt and Clowney are healthy, the Texans’ defense will be on another level.
Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins not fretting new deal [Pro Football Talk]
Hopkins will get paid no matter what.
UDFAs Proving Themselves in OTAs [Bleacher Report]
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Listen: Is J.J. Watt the NFL’s Biggest Wildcard? [vSporto]
Maybe. Watt is definitely a wildcard.
CB Joseph: “We’re working smart as a team.” [HoustonTexans.com]
NFL Over/Unders 2017, Best Picks: AFC South [NFL Spin Zone]
The AFC South is expected to be very tight in 2017.