2010 NFL Draft: The Houston Texans’ Team Needs

March 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Houston is coming off of its best record (9-7) since its inception, and all eyes are on a playoff berth for the 2010 season. In an effort to maintain the integrity of last year's relative success, the front office opted to retain head coach Gary Kubiak, a move that may create a greater sense of urgency in the play-calling this year. 
The Texans' greatest loss this off season was of its defensive superstar, corner back Dunta Robinson. The six-year veteran took flight to Atlanta in lieu of a generous contract offer.
Now, with holes in the defensive backfield and nagging inconsistencies at running back, the Texans are poised for a pivotal draft and another potentially marquee season. 
Biggest Needs: G, RB, WR
Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson are quickly becoming the most electric quarterback/wide receiver duo in the nation. The two connected for over 1500 yards and nine touchdowns in 2009 and will look to raise the bar in ...

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