Houston Texans: 4 biggest winners from the 2019 NFL Draft
The Houston Texans had some players on their roster who were big winners following the 2019 NFL Draft.
Many decisions were made, seven players were drafted and 20 more rookies were signed at the completion of the 2019 NFL Draft, so it is safe to ay the front office and coaching staff of the Houston Texans have been busy.
With all the new additions of the franchise from various selections and signings of first-year NFL players, those players and current players on the Texans roster were big-time winners in varying ways for the offseason and the upcoming regular season later this year.
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It is obvious one of the winners from the draft is starting quarterback Deshaun Watson because the franchise did use two of their first three draft picks and even three of their first four draft choices on the offense. The Texans drafted Tytus Howard and Max Scharping on the offensive line in the first and second rounds, and in the third round the Texans selected Kahale Warring at tight end, but more on Watson later.
Others who were potential big winners for the Texans following the draft are those who gained the vote of confidence by how the Texans drafted, and those who improved by just whom the Texans drafted in late April.
The Texans had issues at the start and the end of last season, but if they can stay healthy, see improvement where it was needed and not let the AFC South get away from them, Bill O’Brien‘s squad can have a strong season for a second consecutive year. The following winners will be a big reason why that pending success could occur.