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An Early Guess At Who the Texans 2018 MVP Will Be

The Texans have a season starting in less than 100 days, and with a long training camp and season upcoming, there’s plenty of chatter as to what player might shine better than the rest as the teams Most Valuable Player.

An article out on NFL.com talks about just what player they think will be the MVP for not only the Texans, but for each team around the National Football League for 2018.

The Texans MVP – author Dan Hanzus is going with DE J.J. Watt, a very good player that he sees having a big year in Houston this upcoming season.

Here’s what Hanzus has to say about Watt this season:

When’s the last time we saw Peak J.J. Watt? You have to go all the way back to the 2015 season, when Houston’s hometown hero was putting the final touches on a four-year run of dominance that rivals that of any defensive player in NFL history. At 29, there’s still reason to believe he can be that player again after back and leg injuries wiped out most of his last two seasons. For what it’s worth, Bill O’Brien expects the MVP-level stud to be back in full force. “I would never bet against J.J Watt,” the Texans coach told NFL Network’s Good Morning Football last month. “He’s going to be back, he’s going to be at full strength, and he’s going to help us win a lot of games.” Good enough for us!

What do you think of this pick? Do you agree? Leave a comment if you disagree with what player you think will be the Texans 2018 MVP.


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