If you ask a typical football fan which team had the No. 1 ranked passing offense in the entire league, most would say either the Indianapolis Colts or the New Orleans Saints. Nope. It's actually the Colts division rival, the Houston Texans.
The Texans finished 9-7 last season, the first winning season in franchise history and just barely missed the playoffs. The team returns most of its starters and is poised to make some noise in the competitive AFC south.
Houston dropped both of its preseason games so far, losing 19-16 to the Arizona Cardinals and then losing 38-20 to the New Orleans Saints. They have two more weeks to finish working out the kinks before opening the season against the powerhouse Colts.
Here are the top storylines from Texans' camp and what impact they might have on the regular season.