Your Houston Texans are likely not through with all their free agency transactions, but we are probably past the days of Vince Wilfork and Cecil Shorts III choosing to come to Houston within hours of each other. Such is the life and news cycle of NFL free agency.
That doesn't mean we don't have
plenty of things to talk about. In fact, we'll be asking all sorts of general questions this offseason in a spirited attempt to keep you engaged here at BRB. The last such question was about which member of the Texans over the years you believed got too much credit.
The latest foray into this idle madness poses this query: Which single person associated with the Houston Texans, past or present, best symbolizes the organization in your opinion? Kindly note that when I type "best," I mean "most accurately."
The optimistic fan may immediately reply J.J. Watt. The more emotionally scarred amongst you may say Phillip Buchanon. Others could cite Bob McNair, for he is the man who spearheaded the effort to create the Houston Texans organization. There are truly any number of insightful (and possibly amusing) replies you could give.
There is no right answer. There is no wrong answer. There are only answers to non-newsy posts that publish at 8:30 p.m. CDT on a Wednesday. Fire at will.