It's incredible how two preseason games can change so much on a team's roster. In the span of eight days, or since my last final roster prediction, there have been some major changes on the Texans' roster.
Trindon Holliday has went from being on the bubble to being a fan favorite with his two electrifying return touchdowns.
The faith Wade Phillips put in Alan Ball as a viable backup for Kareem Jackson seems to be null now, as Ball has been picked on repeatedly by opposing teams in the preseason.
Kareem Jackson has shown that he may be vastly improved from years past, and that he can actually be a reliable defender for the Texans.
Keshawn Martin and Lestar Jean have proven that they can be play-makers, and that they have the potential to produce for the offense.
Now, let's see how these changes have affected my prediction for the Texans' final 53-man roster.
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