Texans receivers continue to try patience of opposing secondaries

June 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Though the Texans barely missed out on a playoff berth in 2009, quarterback Matt Schaub had a breakout season with a league-high 4,770 yards, 29 touchdowns and 15 completions of 40 yards or more. Schaub will readily admit much of the credit goes to his receivers, who have continually improved over the past several years. While Andre Johnson remains a model of consistency and the embodiment of a complete receiver in the National Football League, others such as Jacoby Jones, Kevin Walter and Owen Daniels have made the receiving core more complete. Look for more improvements from them this season. Begin Slideshow

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