The Morning Fix: Deshaun Watson won’t be limited in Texans’ offense
Good morning Houston! Here’s your Houston Texans’ morning fix to get you through this hump day.
Don’t laugh, but Brandon Weeden has a chance to start at some point this season.
It’s fair to believe that J.J. Watt’s time to win a Super Bowl is ticking away.
Here’s some more news:
Houston Texans: Team has uphill battle to overcome losses in secondary [House of Houston]
My only concern is the loss of safety Quintin Demps. They’ll be fine without A.J. Bouye.
With Osweiler Gone, Houston Texans Set QB Bar Low [Houston Press]
The Texans have to be realistic in their expectations with Tom Savage and/or Deshaun Watson under center in 2017.
Bill O’Brien: Rookie Deshaun Watson won’t be limited in Texans’ offense [CBS Sports]
This is great news. Says a lot about Watson’s development.
Jadeveon Clowney “Playing Everything” On Texans’ Defense [Battle Red Blog]
Clowney is great because of his versatility.
Texans slow starts on offense must improve quickly [Texans Wire]
I believe they will with Brock Osweiler out of the picture.
Several Texans, Houston-based NFL players hosting NFL Foundation camps [Texans Wire]
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J.J. Watt’s new Gatorade commercial highlights thirst for greatness [Texans Wire]
Watt bringing in that endorsement money.
AFC South Q&A: After another ‘winning’ offseason, will 2017 be different for Jaguars? [ESPN]\
No, things won’t be different for the Jags.
Texans coach Mike Vrabel’s son, Tyler, commits to Boston College [Houston Chronicle]
It will be interesting to see how Vrabel’s son turns out.
Texans rookie Dylan Cole catches coaches’ eye [Houston Chronicle]
If Cole is going to make an immediate impact, it will have to be on special teams.
John McClain’s Texans’ breakdown: Defensive line [Houston Chronicle]