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Jadeveon Clowney To Houston Texans With No. 1 Pick


The Texans have taken Jadeveon Clowney with the first overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft. If you listen closely, you can hear the sound of every quarterback in the NFL weeping on their couches.

2014 NFL Draft: Who Should The Texans Take No. 1?


With the draft a week and a half away, Battle Red Blog asks fans which player the Texans should select with the first overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. Who is the favorite and why?

Bucky Brooks' 2013 Redraft: Texans Still Take Nuk?


Hypothetical redrafts are always fun, and Bucky Brooks of NFL.com has one for us to digest. With the 27th pick of the 2013 NFL Draft, the Houston Texans took DeAndre Hopkins. Will they again in...


Trade Clowney For Picks? Let History Be Our Guide

"We are faced with the possibility of trading down out of #1. But is this a wise decision? Well, we have the will to find out, and, if you look hard enough on the Internet, there's always a way."

Rumor: Texans More Interested In Mack Than Clowney

Rumors, rumors and more rumors. Read on to see what the latest dribbles of heresay have to say about what the Texans will do with the first overall pick.

Greg Robinson At 1.1?

One fan states his case for why the Texans should consider taking an offensive tackle with the first overall pick.

An In-Depth Look At Teddy Bridgewater

"Bridgewater enters this draft class as one of the top-notch players and is looking to set the stage with a top 15 draft selection come this May. Here’s a deeper look into the character of Teddy...

Bridgewater vs Clowney: What If? Comparisons

Thanks to the hard work of the folks at Football Outsiders and What If Sports, I have devised an imperfect method of comparing the Clowney ceiling with the Bridgewater floor to see which version of...


Discussing The Trade Down Option

One reader shares his vision for the Houston Texans in this year's NFL Draft.

2014 NFL Draft: Reviewing Blake Bortles' Pro Day


Blake Bortles performed for representatives from 27 NFL teams yesterday. Apparently, he put on quite a show. Let's run through the coverage.

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