The top 5 all-time Texans list that came out recently is interesting. Who belongs at the top?
Rookie Center Nick Martin was taken in the second round. He may be asked to step in right away and anchor Houston's offensive line.
The Houston Texans have a difficult schedule in 2016. But no game will be tougher than that against the Chargers in week 12.....LOL
The Texans signed DT Devon Still in January. Still's young daughter Leah has garnered national headlines for her valiant battle with cancer.
Houston's Kevin Johnson started 10 games as a rookie cornerback. The former first rounder is only going to get better.
When the Texans picked Braxton Miller in round three, they added a ton of speed and athleticism. Miller could be a very dangerous slot receiver.
Houston selected San Jose State running back Tyler Ervin in the fourth round. There's a lot to be excited about with this kid.
Houston chose Jadeveon Clowney with the first overall pick in the 2014 draft. Clowney has battled injuries in his first couple years, but this year has to be different.
The Texans will win the AFC South again, according to Football Outsiders. It's a weak division, but Houston may just be the best of the worst.
Four Houston Texans have cracked the top 101 on PFF's annual list of the best from 2015.
Houston selected WVU safety K.J. Dillon in the fifth round. Dillon could be a fixture in the Houston secondary for many years to come.
Our series of rookie profiles begins with Clemson defensive tackle D.J. Reader. Reader will presumably work in at nose with Vince Wilfork.
The Texans desperately need more production from their tight ends. What exactly is Houston's plan at tight end?