Houston Texans: 11th (up 6 spots from 2019)
Bhanpuri’s best quote:
"The lack of opportunities that doomed [David Johnson] in the desert shouldn’t be an issue in Houston. Not hard to imagine an agitated Bill O’Brien feeding Johnson the rock every which way he can to stick it to the critics who have counted both of them out. And with the uncertainty at the receiver position, the coach might not have any other choice."
It is hard to imagine that the grading system for this wasn’t weighted strongly towards quarterback play because if it isn’t, then someone is going to have to explain to me why the consensus is that Deshaun Watson is so much better at playing QB compared to last year, that they move up six spots despite not having Nuk Hopkins.
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David Johnson feels like a player who starts off as the 20th-ish best running back on paper, but then when you see him play you will quickly remember his age, injuries and supporting cast, and he will plummet.
Will Fuller isn’t the receiver on this list, but he is the only receiver on this roster that I think could come close to fitting into the hole in production that Hopkins left behind. Unlike the Colts, the Texans skill positions seem to have more upside but they have bigger injury concerns and less consistency.