Cyrus12 wrote:He destroyed that team...should of been fired last year.
Technically he inherited the 2-14 team from 2013. Can't destroy what was already broken. The fact that he was allowed to hang around was the surprising part. Watson seemed to be a dangerous offensive weapon that could easily be built around.
What really has surprised me for so long about the Texans has been their inability to keep anyone, especially on defense, healthy at all. Every team deals with injury (and let's not even count 2020 where nobody received proper conditioning), but the Texans have been a MASH hospital (Watt, Cushing, Clowney, Foster, and I'm probably just scratching the surface because those are all star players).