2022 Texans are a night-and-day difference better than 2021 roster

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Davis Mills will get the chance to start the entire 2022 NFL Season

When Davis Mills entered the Week 2 game against the Cleveland Browns last year,  no one knew what to expect. We all know that Mills eventually became one of the better rookie quarterbacks in the league and that his upside and potential are limitless at this point.

Mills will benefit from Laremy Tunsil returning and Kenyon Green anchoring the interior. In addition, John Metchie, once healthy, will get a chance to prove that he’s still a dynamic weapon. On top of all this, running back help arrived in the form of Marlon Mack and Dameon Pierce.

All of this, combined with Pep Hamilton’s new offense, should utilize Mills’ deep ball more often, which hopefully, in turn, opens up the running game. The AFC South is pretty weak as a whole, and the Texans could make some noise if everything aligns.

The offense will be the reason this team sinks or swims in 2022.