Why latest Houston Texans takedown by The Ringer doesn’t make sense

Did the Houston Texans make a major mistake on draft night when they traded up for pass rusher Will Anderson?

The Ringer’s Sheil Kapadia thinks so. Kapadia makes the case that the Texans would have been better off drafting Stroud and then selecting Oregon corner Christian Gonzalez, and Notre Dame tight end Michael Mayer, while also holding on to next year's first and 3rd-round picks.

His reasoning for this argument is based on his belief that the Texans' roster is more than one pass rusher away from competing, and the Texans should take more swings in the draft.

Is Kapadia right?

ESPN Houston's Jake Asman and Brad Kellner discuss on The Wheelhouse.

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The Astros have been staying afloat in spite of injuries to several of their starting pitchers, in large part due to contributions from Brandon Bielak and JP France.

Does this mean they don't need to make a trade for an arm?

Make sure to watch the video above as Paul weighs in on the team's options at the trade deadline.

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