5 questions for Houston Texans entering 2020 season
In 2020, the Houston Texans are primed to set out on arguably their most interesting, exciting, and important season yet in franchise history.
It’s been a fascinating offseason for the Houston Texans as the team prepares for Year 4 of the Deshaun Watson era — and Year 7 of the Bill O’Brien era.
The head coach/general manager traded away franchise cornerstone DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals for David Johnson. While the move could be categorized as an interesting gamble at best and as an awful blunder at worst, the truth of the situation is it’s a bit of a head-scratcher no matter what angle you look at it.
This offseason isn’t just about O’Brien’s swap of Hopkins for Johnson though.
It’s also about whether or not Watson can challenge fellow AFC superstar quarterbacks Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes for standing as the best signal-caller in the conference. Jackson and Mahomes have both won a league MVP trophy, and Mahomes also has a Super Bowl championship and MVP trophy, too.
Will 2020 be Watson’s turn to earn some hardware and league glory? We shall see.
Here are the five most pertinent and imperative questions we’ll be asking and following as we inch closer to the start of the new season.