1. Chris Jones to Texans: How Does DT Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans are not a team that drafts a position like nose tackle until rather late. They prefer a more athletic tackle rather than a big one who just takes up space...

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  2. Alan Bonner to Texans: How Does WR Fit with Houston?

    In the first round, the Houston Texans solved their wide receiver need by drafting DeAndre Hopkins, a perfect complement to Andre Johnson. In the sixth round, the Texans grabbed a second wide receiver...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 2,513 reads 1 comments

  3. David Quessenberry to Texans: How Does OT Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans have two great offensive linemen in Chris Myers and Duane Brown. Right tackle now has a battle in Brennan Williams and Derek Newton, but the depth elsewhere is questionable...

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  4. Trevardo Williams to Texans: How Does DE Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans are clearly looking to address their linebacking need by experimenting a bit with their picks when it comes to stopping the run and falling into coverage...

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  5. Texans 2013 Mock Draft: Predictions for Day 3

    After two days of the draft, the Houston Texans addressed most of their needs. They added depth to the offensive line, front seven and the safety position, and got their No. 2 wide receiver...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 1,103 reads 7 comments

  6. Sam Montgomery to Texans: How Does DE Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans did very well with their first few picks. They needed a wide receiver, offensive line depth, and a safety, and addressed all of those with the first three picks...

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  7. Brennan Williams to Texans: How Does Offensive Tackle Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans came into Day 2 needing, among other positions, an offensive tackle to compete with Derek Newton for the starting right tackle job. They did end up getting a tackle in North Carolina 's Brennan Williams...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 1,407 reads 7 comments

  8. D.J. Swearinger to Texans: How Does Safety Fit with Houston?

    After having one of the best first-round picks with the selection of DeAndre Hopkins, there were high hopes for the Texans ' second-round pick, and when Arthur Brown fell through the second round, it looked like a perfect match...

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  9. Texans 2013 Mock Draft: Predictions for Day 2 & Beyond

    With Day 1 of the 2013 NFL draft in the books, the Houston Texans got the wide receiver they both wanted and needed in Clemson's DeAndre Hopkins...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 3,751 reads 7 comments

  10. DeAndre Hopkins to Texans: How Does Wide Receiver Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans needed a wide receiver alongside Andre Johnson. More importantly, they needed a playmaker who can turn the offense into a dynamic unit, perhaps finding Johnson's eventual replacement...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 4,381 reads 9 comments

  11. Texans 2013 Draft Picks: Results, Analysis and Grades

    The Houston Texans go into the draft with nine picks and relatively few, if very clear, holes. The Texans will certainly use those top picks to find starters—the question is which position will they select first...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 18,154 reads 30 comments

  12. Texans 2013 Mock Draft: Final 7-Round Predictions for Houston

    The Houston Texans are a well-built team that won 12 games last year. As a result, they have relatively few holes to fill; the key in the draft is to fill those holes with the right talent...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 4,363 reads 14 comments

  13. Tourek Williams Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Florida International DE

    Tourek Williams San Diego Chargers Sixth Round: 179th Pick When someone plays for a small school, they are generally more likely to be under the radar...

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  14. Theo Riddick Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Notre Dame RB

    Theo Riddick Detroit Lions Sixth Round: 199th Pick Notre Dame finished the 2012 season ranked in the AP top five after losing the BCS National Championship Game...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 4,216 reads 6 comments

  15. D.J. Hayden Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Houston CB

    D.J. Hayden Oakland Raiders First Round, 12th Pick The NFL draft has its share of Cinderella stories every year, one where a player overcomes great odds to not just get drafted, but drafted rather high...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 19,001 reads 65 comments

  16. Micah Hyde Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Iowa CB

    Micah Hyde Green Bay Packers Fifth Round: 159th Pick The third day of the NFL draft encompasses a group of players who will primarily fill backup and special teams roles on NFL rosters...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 4,107 reads 0 comments

  17. Rodney Smith Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Florida State WR

    Every so often, there's a player late in the NFL Draft that has great measurements and looks like someone a team can do a lot with. Usually, the person does not have much of a track record and could end up as an undrafted free agent...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 1,689 reads 0 comments

  18. Alec Lemon Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Syracuse WR

    When studying day three talent in an NFL draft, teams are looking for those sleeper players, those who do not have the name recognition, but have the possibility of making an impact...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 1,300 reads 0 comments

  19. Johnny Adams Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Michigan State CB

    The third day of the NFL draft encompasses a group of players who will primarily fill backup and special teams roles on NFL rosters. There are, however, several diamonds in the rough each year...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 1,539 reads 0 comments

  20. Adrian Bushell Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Louisville CB

    Despite Louisville's Top 25 finish this past season, virtually no one is being discussed from the school as a potential draft pick. One of the only players being mentioned in mock drafts is cornerback Adrian Bushell...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 631 reads 0 comments

  21. Mychal Rivera Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Tennessee TE

    Mychal Rivera Oakland Raiders Sixth Round: 184th Pick The tight ends in this year's draft class comprise a deep pool of talent both on the receiving and blocking ends...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 8,177 reads 15 comments

  22. Zach Sudfeld Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Nevada TE

    This year's NFL draft has been all about players with upside; those who do not have a long track record but have great athleticism to make up for it...

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  23. Ranking the Top 10 Quarterbacks in the 2013 NFL Draft and Where They Should Go

    The 2013 NFL Draft quarterback class is, in a word, average. That's as good as anyone will hear about the class. There are no sure things, and after being spoiled by Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III last year, this class looks bad in comparison...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 1,291 reads 32 comments

  24. 2013 NFL Draft: 10 Most Likely Value Picks Outside of Round 1

    The 2013 NFL draft is one that is full of big linemen at the top of the board to go along with rather few skill players. While this makes it tougher to pinpoint where some players will go, many seem to have their destination set in stone...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 7,896 reads 32 comments

  25. Why the 2013 NFL Draft Class Is All About Upside

    The 2013 NFL Draft has been about one thing when the top prospects are looked at. Usually, there are a couple sure things, a couple big-time quarterbacks, to go along with a few hot names...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 1,227 reads 1 comments