It’s going to be hard to tell until he cleans up the mess and has a plethora of draft picks and cap space to play with for awhile.I love analogies.
Caserio is the power company trying to get electricity turned back on after Hurricane's Bill and Easterby swept through Houston. The fly in the ointment are the tornadoes swirling around Deshaun Watson. With a "real" GM here now, Hurricane Easterby has been downgraded to a tropical storm but he's still dumping rain on us.
I'm like you, I'm waiting to see how this all pans out. That said, I'm not going to ignore Caserio's "busy work". I don't know if he's making things better or worse. Well, I know the roster is worse with the trading of Roby. But I don't think losing him moves the needle much, if any. The Texans defense is going to possibly be historically bad and the offense will probably be not far behind them.
Next year is going to be crucial for the Texans and Caserio. Power will either be restored or we'll be bracing for another storm.