I think its something every Texans fan knows needs to be addressed this offseason."Yesterday http://www.thetexanslockerroom.com/auth … ort-jersey , Football Outsiders published a list of one daring offseason move each NFL team should make.Some of them were truly bold, like the Chiefs trading for Patrick Peterson, the Colts trading for Antonio Brown, or or the Patriots offering multiple second and third round draft picks to the Bengals for A.J. Green.Others proposals were less shocking and more realistic, albeit unlikely to happen, like the Giants cutting Eli Manning.Id like to say what FO suggested for the Texans was truly outside the box, but I cannot.Heres the single daring move they offered for your Houston Texans:Sure, itd be neat if the Texans entered September with a new starting set of cornerbacks.Realizing that position group is in dire need of reinforcement this offseason isnt exactly ground-breaking.While I admit the last line about trading Whitney Mercilus Womens Kendall Lamm Jersey , even if its something thats been bandied about by some in the fan base for awhile now, would qualify as a surprising move, I doubt its on Brian Gaines radar.With that, Ill open the floor up to discussion.What would you suggest as a truly daring move the Texans couldor shouldmake this offseason? Houston Texans addressed the offensive line and secondary, but what about the rest?" Red Zone PlayRed Zone Play: Running Backs or Defensive Line? New,5commentsHouston Texans addressed the offensive line and secondary, but what about the rest? CDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Red Zone Play: Running Backs or Defensive Line? TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Mitchell Leff/Getty ImagesWhile the offensive line was clearly the biggest need for the Houston Texans coming into this offseason, and the secondary was also full of questions marks - especially after they let Kareem Jackson walk and Tyrann Mathieu signed with the Kansas City Chiefs - those werentthe only two roster groups that needed an upgrade prior to Kickoff 2019. Last week we discussed the running back corps Womens Ibraheim Campbell Jersey , as did others. but it seems as if the Texans are once again ok standing pat with what theyve scraped together, and already have in Lamar Miller and DOnta Foreman. The other area of need is the defensive line. Especially if they continue to let the Jadeveon Clowney scenario linger and Clowney either sits out, gets traded or otherwise fails to continue his path to battle red greatness. While Houston did re-sign nose tackle Brandon Dunn, defensive ends Angelo Blackson, Joel Heath. They drafted Texas Longhorn edge rusher Charles Omenihu and managed to not lose tackle/end D.J. Reader, Carlos Watkins or smart-bomb J.J. Watt, other Omenihu, they didnt do much to raise the waters in the talent pool. Then Womens Christian Covington Jersey , edge rusher/OLB Duke Ejiofor went down for the season, spotlighting how the injury bug can bite right into a teams fortunes unexpectedly. Last season, the Texans managed to score 43 sacks (while giving up 62), but Watt and Clowney contributed 25 of those between the two of them. Without J.J., the sack total drops to a paltry 27. Take out Clowney and its 18. and the NFL average was 39. And, it seems not only did Houston have no interest, but the feeling was mutual when it came to Gerald McCoy, who signed with the Carolina Panthers. For curiositys sake Womens Jon Weeks Jersey , McCoy had 6 sacks last season, more than any Texan not named Clowney or Watt. When healthy, Houstons front seven - with Watt, Clowney, Whitney Mercilus, Benardrick McKinney and Zach Cunningham can be utterly lethal. Unfortunately, it seems lately if either Watt, Clowney or both are on the sidelines Joel Heath Jersey White , the defense drops from potentially epic to average really quickly. So, with a running game thats seemingly reliant solely on a pro bowler in Lamar Miller, a guy trying to buck all the odds in DOnta Foreman and a makeshift offensive line comprised of rookies and second stringers, it doesnt appear the Texans front office has done enough to give Deshaun Watson a running reprieve this season. If they dont have Clowney for any portion of the season, or Watt/Mercilus go down with an injury, the defensive lines impact will drop precipitously. That brings us to the question of the week: Which position group do you think still needs a talent infusion? The running backs? Defensive line? Or, are you totally satisfied with the current Houston Texans roster?