DeAndre Hopkins Comments on Expectations for Texans, Brock Osweiler and More

May 16, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins thinks his Houston Texans will again wear the AFC South crown in 2016.
“I feel like we’ve earned that title to be the team to beat in the AFC South. When I got here (2013), it was the Colts (2013, 2014). We finally (got) over that hump,” he said Saturday, per John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
The division has belonged to the Texans and the Indianapolis Colts for the past five years:
One important distinction in the back-and-forth battle between the two squads is the return of Colts quarterback Andrew Luck this upcoming season. He played in only seven games in 2015 because of kidney and abdominal injuries, which opened the door for Hopkins and the 9-7 Texans to win the division by one game over the 8-8 Colts.
Luck played in all 16 contests in each of the previous three seasons and was arguably the best quarterback in the league in 2014 with 4,761 passing yards and an NFL-best 40 touchdown throws.
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