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Texans Report Card - WR
Kevin Walter - 60 rec., 899 yds., 8 TD's
David Anderson - 19 rec., 241 yds., 2 TD's
Andre Davis - 13 rec., 213 yds.
Positives- The Texans have the best wide receiver on the planet in Andre Johnson. Johnson can go over the middle, he's a deep threat, and even a very good blocker. Kevin Walter is a great second option, as there is no harder worker and he runs great routes. Anderson has the chance to be a smaller Walter, as he runs good routes and has solid hands. Davis is a pure deep threat with game-breaking speed.
Negatives- It's tough to find negatives with this group. Walter isn't a great deep threat, and he isn't always consistent. Anderson is smallish and doesn't create a great target over the middle, and Davis has inconsistent hands and doesn't do well over the middle.
Overall- Few groups of receivers in the NFL are much better, as this is clearly the strength of the Texans.
Solution- It's always good to have more talent to create more competition, but Houston seems to be fine with the group they have.
Final grade: A-
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