For all of the Houston Texans' problems last year, lacking talent wasn't one of them.
Last April, the Texans had every right to feel pretty good about their drafting. They even did pretty well in free agency, replacing Glover Quin's absence with Ed Reed, even though none of that worked out.
Out of the entire Texans' 2013 roster, it's hard to spot many breakout players, aside from maybe DeAndre Hopkins and a few others. That one was to be expected, but there's a lot left to be desired for a team that arguably has the most talented roster among the NFL's bottom five organizations. Unfortunately, a lot of that responsibility falls on players already filling a starting role.
A new draft class is on the way, sure, but there's a handful of guys on this roster that are set for a bigger and better 2014. Some of them already showed signs of it last season while others simply have higher expectations.