On Saturday, August 17th at 7pm CST, the Detroit Lions will be in town to take on our Houston Texans at NRG Stadium. After that debacle in Green Bay, it's clear that the Texans still don't have an offensive line or corner backs. Someone needs to step up and lead both groups and I really don't think that leader for either group is on the team at present. Now granted, most of the players that went out in that game won't be in Houston in 3 weeks, but still, they showed that the Texans have a long way to go in developing those areas. Devlin is the problem with the offensive line. He has a real knack at taking good, promising players and turning them into garbage. Get rid of him and 100% of the problem is gone. As far as the secondary, in particular, the corner backs, they just need more speed and talent. Lacking in both leaves the defense open to attack. It needs to be addressed and the guys that are on the team just need to step up. Most of the problems lie in coaching. It's clear that coaching is the biggest problem with this team that is loaded with talent at all of the important positions. Let's just see if things can be brought into perspective and if this coaching staff can up their game and lead this talent laden Texans team into the season with nothing less then winning as the number one priority. We saw none of Watson and most of the starters, so let's hope it can be chalked up to as simply lesser talent not being able to keep up with Green Bay in that game. Time to give us a reason to believe the Texans are a good team and one to be proud of. We're tired of the Texans failing year after year. The Lions coming to town should be a positive and hopefully we'll see something of the starters in this game. Let's Go Texans! Get It Done!