Obviously the Texans are still in a growth phase, but if we don't see some offensive improvement this year do you guys foresee changes being made? Carr's entering his third season, and although young, he now has established threats at wide out and running back. The offensive line has yet again been improved, which should reap rewards for everyone. All indications are that the Texans should develop atleast into an offense that can consistently produce some points.
What I'm trying to say is if our gameplan remains the same and we continue to struggle, is it time to re-evaluate Palmer and his offense? I haven't been one of his critics the past two seasons, but he's been handed a very capable set of young players this year, and barring freak injuries I want to see some real production out of them. No more of this playing to not lose when we have a two touch down lead.
The Texans have shown through the draft and FA signings that they want to win now. We are a franchise that is finally pumping on all cylinders. Now that we don't have the excuse of easing rookies into the gameplan or being too young of a team, will a lack of success draw deserved criticism this year? Will we have reason to be calling for heads?