The Houston Texans have been all over the place this offseason, what does this mean for their 2020 NFL Draft and subsequent season ahead?
The Houston Texans are making some really questionable trades this offseason that is turning a lot of heads. With the 2020 NFL Draft just four days away, will these misfortunes continue for Bill O’Brien and company?
The Texans have traded away their franchise wide receiver in DeAndre Hopkins for an injury-prone running back in David Johnson, then traded for Brandin Cooks this offseason, who has a bigger price tag on him than Hopkins. Does Bill O’Brien feel like Cooks is a better all-around receiver that Hopkins? I guess we will find out this season and see how they use him with their young superstar quarterback Deshaun Watson.
The Houston Texans went to the playoffs last season beat the Buffalo Bills in one of the craziest playoffs games I think I have ever watched. The week after that they were beating Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs 24 to nothing to start the second quarter. The Chiefs came all the way back and ended up beating the Texans by ten points. The Texans lost in an absolute heartbreaker to the Chiefs. The Texans hope to be back in the playoffs this upcoming season, but with all of these offseason trades, we will have to wait and see what happens.
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Head Coach: Bill O’Brien
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