Props to Paul Kuharsky for pointing this out.
I know that this still does not mean much cause teams change year to year, but next years schedule is still full of tough games.
So even if the Texans improve next year they very well could end up with another mediocre season.
And the texans face lots of teams with good 3-4 defenses (Ravens, Jets, Dallas, Denver, and San Diego). So making the O-line better will be critical in their sucess. Please no more Chris Myers rag doll (most likely from Kris Jenkins, Ngata, and Ratliff).
Despite this harder schedule the Texans can balance it out by doing well in their division for a change. Going 1-5 wont cut it.
On a positive note, the Tits are tied with the texans for hardest strength of schedule.
Next season offers a wide variety of intriguing games. The match against the Cowboys at home, facing the Shanahan's with Washington, facing against the Giants with David Carr, facing the chargers with Travis Johnson, facing the Eagles with Jason Babin and seeing if Rex Ryan continues to embarrass the Texans offense.
In other news I saw a mock draft from walterfootball showing the texans taking Dez Bryant. This would be a bad move considering our depth at the WR position. Im pulling for a DT, Safety, O-line, or a RB.