If one were to listen to and believe the rash and irrational remarks made by desperate fans, one would discover that the Houston Texans have absolutely no shot of winning the Super Bowl next season, or in the near future. The Texans, however, with a decent offseason, can jump right back into the Super Bowl conversation.
The Texans have several flaws that are severely limiting the way they play the game of football. The lack of a consistent pass rush caused Wade Phillips' defensive scheme to crash and burn, and the inconsistency of the O-line halted the Texans offense.
With a few quick changes, the sinking Texans ship can easily be prevented from becoming a Titanic. In fact, with a few easy changes, the Texans ship can become the Noah's ark of all ships.
Here are the biggest offseason priorities for the Texans that will—hopefully—make them dangerous Super Bowl contenders.