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Texans Doing It Their Own Way

The Houston Texans have been doing things "their own way" in regards to the draft for the last three seasons. The immediate results have been a rash of criticism from "experts" around the NFL. The results on the football field have been an increase in victories over the last three years, and Houston is now considered a team with their arrow clearly pointing up. Find out what the experts say...

"The best way to get fans excited is not to pick who they want in the draft," Texans owner Bob McNair says. "It's winning football games." Without question, the harshest criticism the Houston front office took was in the 2006 draft, when they used the first-overall pick on defensive end Mario Williams. It wasn't that Williams wasn't a worthy pick, just that the Texans had to pass on the dynamic... Recommended Stories

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