Didn't see this posted anywhere.... http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/insider/news/story?id=2476625 Houston Texans Of all the teams in the AFC South, no one has had more turnover than the Texans. However, that turnover was not with the roster, it was within the coaching staff and front office. The Texans will head into the summer ready to start a new era. Gone are GM Charley Casserly and head coach Dom Capers. They have been replaced by Rick Smith and Gary Kubiak. Smith and Kubiak come from the Denver Broncos , a team that knows a little something about winning. This new duo should be a solid fit for the organization. Their relationship could be compared to that of Denver GM Ted Sundquist and head coach Mike Shanahan. They have a solid relationship, have worked together and share similar philosophies. This will be very important when tough decisions need to be made. On the field, this will be a much improved team. Despite all of the front office movement, the team has not sat on its hands. It has been extremely proactive this offseason. The addition of wide receiver Eric Moulds will open up the entire offense and take pressure off young receiver Andre Johnson. Defensive end Anthony Weaver gives them a solid addition to a defensive line unit that needs to adjust from the 3-4 to a 4-3 scheme. The draft was also very good to the Texans. Yes, they made a mistake in selecting Mario Williams over Reggie Bush, but the rest of their draft was very solid. They finally addressed the offensive line, something which contributed to the downfall of both Casserley and Capers. In drafting offensive tackles Eric Winston and Charles Spencer, the Texans got two players who will compete for starting spots as rookies. Throw in Williams (projected starter at right defensive end), DeMeco Ryans (projected starter at weak-side linebacker) and tight end Owen Daniels, and all of a sudden the Texans have a lot of young talent with which to grow with and eventually build around. This team is far from playoff ready, but it will play a lot of young players this season and those guys will get better with reps. With Kubiak and Smith at the helm, this organization eventually will be considered the Broncos of the south.