Houston Texans 2010 Season Predictions

July 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Houston Texans finished the 2009 season at 9-7 and in second place in the AFC South behind the Indianapolis Colts. It was the first season in franchise history that the Texans finished the year with a winning record.
This team doesn’t just want winning seasons, though, they want a shot at the playoffs. And they should have a very good chance at that this season.
Here is a look at what the Houston Texans are expected to send on the field on both sides of the ball in 2010, plus my prediction on where they finish the year in the AFC South.
Under quarterback Matt Schaub, the Texans finished the 2009 season with the No. 1 passing offense at nearly 291 yards a game. It was the first time Schaub played in all 16 games in his three seasons with the Texans, and he will have to play in all 16 again if this team wants to make the playoffs.
The Texans need to find a way to get Schaub some help in the running game, as Steve Slaton dro...

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