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State Of The Houston Texans Franchise

We’re gearing up for another season here at BRB. Let’s take a look at how we feel the franchise is doing and where we think we’ll be in a few years’ time.

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This guy is part of our future, hopefully for years to come.
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Like the rest of you, I’m eager for the 2017 NFL season and what it holds for the Texans.

Since last season ended on an abysmal note, we’ve parted ways with Offensive Coordinator George Godsey, starting quarterback Brock Osweiler, Bengals killer T.J. Yates, and we have Duane Brown sitting out due to a desire for a new contract. J.J. Watt is back, Houston traded up and drafted quarterback of the future Deshaun Watson, and pushed Romeo Crennel into an Assistant Head Coach position to allow Mike Vrabel to become the defensive coordinator.

Most fans would probably argue that the franchise is headed in the right direction and hope that we may have finally solved our quarterback question, but what do you think?

Do you think the Texans are building? Peaking? Rebuilding? Totally confused? What do you hope the Texans look like three years from now? Who from the current roster (you can use the projected roster, of course) do you think is gone? Will Bill O’Brien and Rick Smith still be together then or will it all have blown up? What specific goals do you have for this franchise three years from now?

Technically, there’s no right or wrong answer (unless it involves bringing back some of our jettisoned quarterbacks or Godsey—those are negatives), so feel free to be as honest as you please.