The Houston Texans are looking like the team who will receive the number one overall pick in next years NFL Draft. A year after being one of the best teams in their conference.
I figured this year they would be taking another huge step, but it turns out they lost their footing and are down and out. They’ve struggled on both sides of the ball, especially at the tight end and quarterback position.
Tight end Garrett Graham was a topic of discussion when it came to the Houston Texans and their actives/inactives for last Sunday’s game. It eventually came down to him becoming a game time decision, but did participate in pre-game warm ups.
Now according to interim head coach Wade Phillips, it may not be looking good for the tight end when it comes to a possible green light for Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos.
Wade says its not looking good for TE Garrett Graham to play. Has hamstring injury.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) December 19, 2013
There’s a good chance that Graham could be shut down for the remainder of the year, which is only two games. He would finish the year with 49 receptions, 545 receiving yards and five touchdowns.