Houston Texans 2010 Draft: Where Do They Grade?

April 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Coming into the 2010 NFL Draft, the Houston Texans were hoping to fill holes in the secondary and in the backfield. 
An additional need was adding a defensive tackle along with building overall depth throughout the roster.
It's hard to argue against the notion that the Texans are a team on the rise. 
As such, there are not many holes on the roster. With the luxury of an improved team, the Texans were able to draft according to the "best player available" theory and not strictly by need.
The Texans were able to improve the talent and added intriguing players in the draft.  Overall, the Texans' draft grades out as a solid B. 
Let's take a closer look at each of the individual players added in the draft.
On the first day of the draft, the Texans added Kareem Jackson, a corner back from Alabama.
Jackson will challenge for a starting job from day one. Coming from a Nick Saban coached defense, Jackson should be NFL ready a...

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