The Houston Texans pulled off one of the bigger wins in franchise history on Sunday night, as they beat the Dallas Cowboys in front of a national audience, 19-16. The Texans got a great effort from quarterback Deshaun Watson, who continues to get back into form since tearing up his knee last season, and moved their record to 2-3 on the season.
For the Texans, the win marked their second in a row after an 0-3 start, and should cool the seat underneath head coach Bill O’Brien. Houston currently is looking up at some very good teams in the AFC South, including the Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars, both of whom look like playoff teams again this season.
When it comes to this Texans team, they certainly have a lot of firepower on offense, and backup running back Alfred Blue really stepped up in Lamar Miller’s absence on Sunday. On the defensive side of the ball, they could use some help, especially in the secondary, where they just do not have enough depth at the cornerback position.
Andraez “Greedy” Williams is the top cornerback in this draft class, and on the Texans, he would instantly make the position group a better one. A lot of experts expect him to go early in round one, but if he does fall to the Texans at No. 8, they have to get him, because he can make one of their few weak areas a strength.