With the Texans closing in on the number one pick in the NFL Draft, many believe the selection of Alabama QB Bryce Young should already be a foregone conclusion. But there are some legit concerns about Young's size, which has some fans and media members questioning if the Texans should pass on QB at No. 1 overall.
Which would mean the team could address the position later in the draft, in free agency, or wait all the way until the 2024 NFL Draft.
Would the Texans really consider passing on QB, and what would the response be from the fan base if they elect to go this route?
Check out the video above as we break it all down.
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Nov 28, 2023, 5:43 pm
The Houston Texans will look to get back on track this week against the Broncos, who are suddenly back in playoff contention after ripping off five straight wins.
Too bad Houston didn't get to play the Broncos earlier in the season.
The Texans host Russel Wilson and company this Sunday at NRG and are currently 3.5 point favorites. Vegas is expecting a lot of points as they set the total at 47, the second-highest of the week.
After two straight games with over 100 yards rushing, Devin Singletary and the Texans rushing game came crashing back down to Earth with 32 rushing yards combined between Singletary and Dameon Pierce.
Things could change this Sunday, with the Broncos allowing the most rushing yards per game (155.18). To be fair, many of the Broncos stats are skewed with their terrible start to the season, and a game in which they allowed a whopping 70 points to the Dolphins.
During Denver's winning streak, they held the Chiefs and Bills to 9 and 22 points, respectively. But the one edge the Texans have over almost every team in the NFL is quarterback play.
The Texans and CJ Stroud are 1st in passing yards per game (297.6) and 4th in total yards per game (396.4).
So who will come out ahead in this critical matchup?
Check out the video above for a full early breakdown of the game, plus predictions. And go Texans!