The Houston Texans are going under wholesale changes once again, and the team's string of poor decision making has translated to its Super Bowl odds.
However, things do seem to be trending upward for the organization, who has the No. 2 pick in the 2023 NFL Draft and hired highly touted San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator, and former Texans great, DeMeco Ryans as their new head coach.
The future might be bright in Houston, but the team is still way down the odds board in regards to Super Bowl 58, take a look.
Super Bowl 58 odds
Texans have longest Super Bowl odds
Houston is tied with the Arizona Cardinals, who likely won't have star quarterback for Kyler Murray for most of the 2023-2024 season, with the longest Super Bowl odds at 200-1.
While the team will likely have the opportunity to take their top quarterback prospect (unless a team trades up with the Chicago Bears for the No. 1 pick), oddsmakers aren't expecting a fast rebuild in Houston.
There is some cause for optimism this coming season with the new pieces coming to the Texans and the fact that the AFC South is going through some transition as well, but it won't result in playoff success just yet.
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