The Houston Texans are going through a complete change int heir franchise and it’s really the first time in a long time that they’ve done so. But while the future looks bright thanks to the stellar defense the team has put together through the draft, there are still questions about the team’s future and the future of certain players on the team.
One of those players is wide receiver Andre Johnson, who is voicing his displeasure and his frustration with how things are going in Houston. According to the Houston Chronicle, Johnson is starting to get tired of the losing and the coaching changes as he notes the lack of true winning seasons and the fact that he’s on his third head coach in his career.
Johnson has been around a while and there are younger players who have gone through more coaches than he has but that still doesn’t make it okay. The fact of the matter is that Johnson wants to win and deserves to the way he’s been playing. Of course, if the Texans turn in a winning season this year, sins will be forgiven but to Johnson it seems that winning no longer means just making it to the AFC Divisional Round.