Revamped Houston Texans Offense One of Biggest Surprises of 2016 Season

September 19, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Two weeks into the regular season, the surprise team in the NFL is the Houston Texans. The Indianapolis Colts looked like a sleeper contender heading into the preseason with quarterback Andrew Luck returning from injury, and the Jacksonville Jaguars were one of the trendier sleeper playoff candidates, but anyone with a pair of eyes can tell you that the 2-0 Texans are the hands-down favorites to win the AFC South title.
Despite just a two-game sample size, only two squads have won both of their regular-season games by at least a touchdown. Those squads are the Pittsburgh Steelers and Houston.
Pittsburgh is one of the hotter teams in the league, as their offense seemingly runs through a dozen receivers and isn't slowed down when their running back Le'Veon Bell is out with a suspension, but how are the Texans on par with them, ahead of every other squad in the league in terms of point differential?
The answer is simple: their last offseason.
In 2015, Houston lost...

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