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Tillman Picks Texans to Super Bowl, See's Watt's Return...

Fox Sports 1 analyst, and ABC 13's Inside the Game Co-Host, Spencer Tillman sees a lot of good things coming out of NRG on Kirby. With Romeo Crennel's 3-4 D, the pressure is coming from all over the place. In light of Scarlett's injury and Cole being on the IR, Jacob Martin is seizing the opportunity and Tillman believes he is a great addition on the outside edge with tremendous speed. The Texans have shored up the secondary with the return of Bradley Roby, and are seeing great linebacker play out of the Swat Team, Benardrick McKinney and Zach Cunningham.

Spencer also sees the Texans high powered offense, with tremendous quarterback play and Watson's use of all of the tools in the toolbox, starting to fire on all cylinders. If the Texans can play at a high level to finish the season, and with what he believes as a realistic chance of JJ Watt retuning as early as round one of the playoffs, Tillman thinks the Texans, sitting at 8-4, can make a legitimate run for a Super Bowl appearance.

Here's a segment of our interview with Spencer, as we break down the Texans' win over the Patriots, talk about the rise of the Ravens and the Forty-Niners and the potential return of JJ Watt.


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