Can Will Fuller, Braxton Miller Find Big Roles in Texans Offense in 2016?

May 29, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Last year, the Houston Texans suffered through miserable quarterback play, an injury-plagued rushing attack and a reliance on DeAndre Hopkins to carry an otherwise mediocre receiving corps.
This year, head coach Bill O’Brien and the Texans opted for an offensive skill position overhaul. They transitioned from the aging and injured Arian Foster to the underrated Lamar Miller, formerly of the Miami Dolphins. They lured quarterback Brock Osweiler from the Denver Broncos, paying him handsomely to assume command of their offense.
And on draft day, Houston added two more critical pieces. Moving up to secure Will Fuller in the first round and stealing Braxton Miller in the third, the Texans gave Hopkins the talented running mates at receiver that he’s sorely missed since Andre Johnson departed. And despite Osweiler, Fuller and Braxton Miller all being first-year players for the Texans, the present and future look bright for Houston's offensive attack.

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments