Part One: Exploring the 2022 Draft Class Series I’m Joined to cover the #Texans Double-Dip into the LSU program by Lonn Sullivan Phillips @LonnPhillips Answers: How Great Can Stingley Become? Could Deculus’ best trait be perfect fit to command playing time? Watch: Listen To Full Audio: Latest Articles:
Joined by Brandon K Scott https://twitter.com/brandonkscott from Radio 610 to talk:– Rookie Mini Camp– Matt Bazirgan leaving the front office– The Influx of Veteran edge signings, post the draft– schedule reaction – toughest stretches, winnable games and a misplaced bye week Watch Listen To Full Audio: Latest Articles:
Joined by Matt Robinson from Battle Red Blog, as we review what the roles of the top picks, this coming season. Taking a further look at the yet to be announced UDFA class of free agents. And with the schedule announcement imminent we review the potential hurdles and & winnable games prior to the godsContinue reading “Episode 130: Potential Roles, The Undrafted & A Schedule To Slate”
As the dust settles on the ’22 draft, the Texans are still in the early stages of their reclamation back towards pro-football relevancy. Nick Caserio inherited a threadbare talent-base, but after two drafts, two head-coaching appointments, a quarterback trade and countless free agent signings. Are they on the right track?
Texans Mock Draft Scenario – Three Picks on Night One
As we stand on the precipice of the Deshaun Watson trade, a point of inflection faces the Texans & Nick Caserio. Acquiring a plethora of assets would give him the necessary capital to invest in a talent-barren roster that looks, at present, multiple years removed from competitiveness. But is that all about to change?
As the realisations of last season set in, the soundings from the team started to shift away from their flouted delusions to the refreshing but harsh reality. Nick Caserio’s task is finally re-setting this roster, as Texans circumstances are veering towards normal & it may have just levelled out enough where material progress is an option. After forming an iteration of last years coaching staff, the hurdles of free agency, the draft & the protracted Watson trade are coming quickly around the corner.
After just over a week of quiet. It emerged that the Texans had found time to interview Kevin O’Connell. The viable list of candidates looked narrow even with the L.A. Ram’s coordinator included, so it was a much needed positive. The process has been clouded by the raging debate of Josh McCowan and the inevitable inference of Jack Easterby, that detracts from a the teams sense of progress.
To be a Texans fans translates into a multitude of meanings for thousands of people. Within the NRG Stadium hallways, their actions consistently instil distain & divide the fanbase on a range of issues, whilst the on-filed remains secondary to the self-created side-show. With eyes on the future, that all seemed to be waning until this week.
As Nick Caserio spoke with the media Friday, to discuss the release of Coach Culley after only one year. You could have easily been mistaken in thinking he’d only just stepped into the General Manager’s role. But it was his hiring of David Culley on January 27th, 2021, that was now deemed untenable. There was a slight change in tone from the former long-time New England executive. But Caserio didn’t pose as someone who was feeling the strain. Conversely, he’s “immune to pressure” to be precise.