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In Terms of Success – Texans Rank Dead Last in the NFL in New Article

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Mike Freeman, Lead NFL National Reporter for Bleacher Report, has written a long piece which talks about each and every NFL franchise, and their success.

There’s a number of factors involved, including Super Bowl, Conference and division titles. The Texans didn’t get much love on the list, as according to Freeman, they are last in the NFL coming in at 32.

Here’s what Freeman has to say about the Texans:

“Success isn’t owned. It’s leased. And rent is due every day.” —J.J. Watt

The Texans have the potential to be a winning franchise. They have one of the best players on the planet in J.J. Watt (who hopefully can return to top form next season), a star at wide receiver in DeAndre Hopkins and a settled quarterback situation. Historically, however, despite some limited postseason success, the Texans have been one of the league’s greater disappointments. The team moved to Houston in 2002 but didn’t have its first winning season until 2009. Its first playoff appearance was 2011.

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