Interesting.I dont think they're opening the window for the superbowl. Look at th backfield, wr2, pass rush, and oline. Watson has 1 threat on offense. They also only have really 1 guy who gets double digit sacks. They're 3rd down rb sucks, and I haven't made it to the the oline. Go get Justin Houston who is better than any of your pass rushers not named Watt. For 5m per, you could've had Coleman. They just seem to do the minimum and hope for the best.
AgreedHere's the thing if all our players stay healthy then we are a legit contender for a deep playoff run. The combination of Watson, Hopkins, Fuller and now Coutee can light up any defense if they are all on the field and on defense we need to do better on the pass but any team running it are stopped cold. If all our players are healthy we don't need to make many improvements.
And that's where my fears come in, I'm worried that the Texans might be banking a little to much on the current team staying healthy. They seem to have a "There is no plan B" mentality. I'm not really disappointed with this F/A, none of the big dollar signing were worth it IMO, but these one year contracts seem odd and there were a few cheap pieces we could have gotten for depth. Also, and I'm not sure if this is BoB or Gaine, but someone is way to confident that they can have freshly drafted rookies NFL ready with one off season. Even the best coaches can't do that very often.
John McClain said Gipson & Reid will be our starting safeties, with Hal as the reserve.And that's where my fears come in, I'm worried that the Texans might be banking a little to much on the current team staying healthy. They seem to have a "There is no plan B" mentality