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Football > Preseason > 2013 Team Outlook: Houston Texans

2013 Team Outlook: Houston Texans

A fantasy football preview of the Houston Texans this season. Profiled players include T.J. Yates, Matt Schaub, Arian Foster, Ben Tate, and Greg Jones.
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At this time, Bullock is the only kicker on the Texans roster. This doesn't mean he'll be their starting kicker, it just means there's nobody else competing for the position at this time. The Texans used a 5th round pick on Bullock last season and through 3 pre-season games he looked like he would be the team's starting kicker. That was until he suffered a season ending groin injury in Houston's third pre-season game. If healthy, Bullock should win the job this season; playing on a team with a high powered offense should mean plenty of fantasy points for owners.

The Texans' defense should be one of the league's top 5 defenses this season. This is if everyone can stay healthy. Defensive end JJ Watt is a nightmare for opposing offenses to defend against. Couple this with a high scoring offense and this defense is prime for sacks and turn over's O'plenty.

 
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Chris Weeks
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