It's amazing what a couple of key FA moves will do for an organization. Consider our defensive backfield, and the addition of Joseph and Manning. The Struggles of KJ, Volume/Year 1, are well documented and understood. There is nothing to say that Year 2 will be second verse, same as the first. However, in the event that KJ is unable to assert his right to the CB2 position, the Texans now have option of starting JJ and GQ at CB, and use Manning and Nolen/Keo at safeties. KJ could be the nickel corner and polish his skills. I am a believer that KJ can succeed. I have seen this too often in real life: talent is pressed into a situation too fast and without the necessary support, only to falter. As best I can infer, KJ is a young man not without confidence, and this does not appear shaken. Let him come into camp with something to prove, and let the Texans put some coaches in front of him who actually know what they are doing. Come to think of it, with KJ having come from a Saban organization, I can see where last year's coaching cast might have left him scratching his head and struggling to find his bearings at the speed-of-the-NFL. The good news is that now, the Texans have options. And remember --- Meco and Cush are reunited. Barwin is returning. And Mario will be a stand-up rush backer in a contract year, salivating for sacks to parlay into his first post-rookie contract. Sprinkle in Watt, Mitchell, and Antonio. Add in a returning offensive powerhouse. Houston, we have lots of reasons to be optimistic. Cautiously, or otherwise.