2. Nick Caserio
The team that Nick Caserio inherited didn’t have the best roster, and he’s not been able to bring in any superstar-type players to the roster this offseason. If things don’t go right, maybe folks will be looking toward his direction, as he’s changed a majority of the roster.
Caserio and the Texans front office have kept Jack Easterby around, and they let players like J.J. Watt and Will Fuller walk away and join other teams. Though Caserio is in his first season of being an actual GM in title, he was a part of the decision-making process in New England for many years.
Also with Caserio, with Cal McNair not taking any blame in any of the decisions that have been made in recent memory, even before Caserio joined the franchise, being the GM of the Texans most likely won’t be the easiest job for the foreseeable future as a lot of the blame will be put on Caserio.
Like it has been said before at the Toro Times, patience is key for the Houston Texans in ’21, and most likely ’22, ’23 and even ’24 as Caserio works to fix this roster that was destroyed by the past regime.
But when things start to get bad or even worse than last season, Caserio will hear the criticism from critics and many wanting success from the Texans.