The Texas season has not gone as planned and the season will bring a lot of change as the team will hire a new coach and CEO after firing Bill O’Brien.
Once the new mode is introduced, they will begin to improve the team but those efforts will not be helped by high draft picks. Texans do not have a choice of round one or two, which can lengthen the turnaround process.
Defender JJ Watt said on Wednesday that he is at no point in his career where that is a compelling prospect.
“I don’t think it’s a secret that I don’t have 10 years left in this tournament,” said Watt, through Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com. “Personally, I believe I have something even more wonderful about me. But you can’t either. . . I don’t want to rebuild. I want to win the championship, and that’s what I want to do. So whatever is in the best interest of a Texas Texas person, it is in the best interest of me. “
Watt is contracted for next season with a base salary of $ 17.5 million. That amount is not guaranteed, which could facilitate a change of address if Texans opt for an extensive overhaul this holiday season.