Toro Times

● By Stephen Forsha
The 2021 Houston Texans season is in the rearview mirror, and now it is time to turn the page toward the ’22 offseason, which includes figuring out who can be added to make this team respectable, and not only that, but a team the rest of the league fears moving forward This year’s draft is an important part of making the Texans better, and for at least this mock draft, the theme is adding to the defense, and no quarterbacks allowed. For this mock, one is assuming that Davis Mills is entering his second season as the starting quarterback of the Houston Texans. He showed massive improvement from the start of the season to the final game played, and there seems to be a feeling he can be “the guy” for the Texans at quarterback, which helps general manager Nick Caserio in this draft by focusing a little more on the defense.
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