Fact or Fiction for Houston Texans' Biggest Offseason Question Marks

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Fact or Fiction for Houston Texans' Biggest Offseason Question Marks
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The Houston Texans and their fans find themselves “in the desert” at the present time. It is that dead place in the NFL year between the end of the first mandatory minicamp and the beginning of training camp.

It also a place to decide which lingering question marks regarding the team have any validity and which are without merit. Almost everything is on the table when it comes to getting a feel for where this organization stands.

There is an entirely new coaching staff save for two holdovers from the Gary Kubiak administration. The starting quarterback is an offseason pickup with a checkered past. A league-worst 2-14 record in 2013 led to the first pick in the draft, a potentially transformational defensive talent with his own share of baggage.

It will take all 16 games of the 2014 regular season and then some to resolve the concerns surrounding the latest rebuilding project of this underachieving franchise. But some questions are worth exploring even at this early stage.

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