Why the Houston Texans Will Be Set For Takeoff in 2010

March 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After finishing with their first winning season in team history, the Houston Texans look to be on the rise and become a tough contender to make a run at the playoffs for the upcoming season.
Albeit the Texans have been quiet in the offseason, they gave head coach Gary Kubiak a vote of confidence, extending his contract through the 2012 season, creating stability which is imperative to be a serious contender.
Offseason Player Transactions
The Texans tendered a contract to linebacker sensation Demeco Ryans, who though had a down season, is part of one of the greatest linebacker tandems in league history and it’s only expected to improve with experience in fellow teammates Xavier Adibi, Zac Diles, and Brian Cushing.
On the offensive side, the Texans quickly swept their No. 2 wide receiver Kevin Walter off the free agency market, bringing back the brilliant route runner who is a worthy asset, lining adjacent to receiving standout Andre Johnson. 
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