Overview Click here to find out more! The Texans bolstered their needy defense, which finished 22nd in the league last season, with their top two picks and five overall. USC LB Brian Cushing and Cincinnati DE Connor Barwin will add athleticism and pass-rush ability to a defense that has struggled to make big plays. After that, the Texans stuck to their philosophy of taking the best available athlete. They didn't draft a running back to complement Steve Slaton, but they did draft two tight ends: N.C. State's Anthony Hill and Rice's James Casey. Tight end was not an area of major need, but the picks will add versatility and depth to the offense and special teams. THEN AT THE END As much as the Texans talked about the need to find a running back to complement Slaton, they did not address it. They will now wait for other teams, possibly the Broncos, to drop some of their extra running backs. They have Chris Brown on the roster, but his durability is a major concern. The Texans will continue to seek a bigger back capable of playing in the zone-blocking scheme and excelling in short-yardage situations. On defense, the Texans did not add a defensive tackle to bolster the inside of the line. They could still use someone to challenge Travis Johnson and Amobi Okoye for playing time. http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/viewtopic.php?t=542456 Good read right here on the Texans draft. Hope you guys enjoy.