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Houston Texans 2022 Mock Draft Roundup 1.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2022 NFL Draft, we will update our Houston Texans Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Houston Texans from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Texans:

EDSFootball - Hanson (5/10)

1. Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina

Offseason trade demands and ongoing legal issues make Deshaun Watson's future with the Houston Texans anything but certain. If Houston is picking first in the 2022 NFL Draft, the organization could use this opportunity to draft a quarterback.

Oregon's Kayvon Thibodeaux will top my initial 2022 big board, but Howard is my QB1 a little less than a year out and a potential top-five pick. Like Watson, Howell has the ability to elevate the play of those around him and he's been one of the best deep passers in college football since his freshman season.

Touchdown Wire - Schofield (5/7)

1. Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon

Certainly if the Houston Texans indeed select first-overall in the 2022 NFL draft, there is a chance that the quarterback situation -- or more specifically the Deshaun Watson legal situation -- necessitates that Nick Caserio address the quarterback position.

Assuming that is not the case, and the involved parties are all entitled to their day in court, then Caserio likely goes in a different direction. Things can certainly change, but Oregon pass rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux looks like the real deal with his technical skills and explosiveness off the edge.

PFF - Renner (5/7)

1. Spencer Rattler, QB, Oklahoma

The Oklahoma quarterback factory continues to churn. Rattler earned a scintillating 92.5 passing grade in his first season as the starter last year, and he is a plus athlete for the position. The biggest question will be size for the 6-foot-1, 205-pounder.

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2021 NFL Power Rankings: Houston Texans

Throughout the 2021 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Here is where the Houston Texans rank in terms of average, best and worst:

Below you will find a Week 1 roundup for the Texans in our consensus 2021 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 32

Person on the hot seat: RB David Johnson

Johnson's spot on the Texans' roster is safe for this season, but his future in the NFL likely hinges on having a productive year. The Texans clearly want Johnson on the team in 2021, as they doubled his guaranteed money when they restructured his contract this offseason, but going into the season, they don't expect him to play nearly as much as he did in 2020. Johnson, who is making $4.7 million in 2021, is a free agent after this season. -- Sarah Barshop

NFL.com -- Rank: 32

The Deshaun Watson situation will continue to hang over the Texans, perhaps for the entirety of the season. It will be David Culley's job to shut out this booming outside noise and try to field a competitive team in 2021. Most peg the Texans as the heavy favorite to land the No. 1 overall pick in next year's draft, but let me leave you with a dollop of optimism via an anonymous quote from one NFL coach (per The Athletic): "I think people are going to play (the Texans) and think they are sh****, and they'll surprise some people." Slap that on a billboard!

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Houston Texans: 2021 NFL Schedule

Below you will find the weekly NFL regular-season schedule for the Texans in 2021.

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WeekDateOpponentTime / Tickets
Week 1Sun., Sept. 12vs. Jacksonville Jaguars1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 2Sun., Sept. 19at Cleveland Browns1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 3Thu., Sept. 23vs. Carolina Panthers8:20 PM / Tickets
Week 4Sun., Oct. 3at Buffalo Bills1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 5Sun., Oct. 10vs. New England Patriots1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 6Sun., Oct. 17at Indianapolis Colts1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 7Sun., Oct. 24at Arizona Cardinals4:25 PM / Tickets
Week 8Sun., Oct. 31vs. Los Angeles Rams1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 9Sun., Nov. 7at Miami Dolphins1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 10BYE
Week 11Sun., Nov. 21at Tennessee Titans1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 12Sun., Nov. 28vs. New York Jets1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 13Sun., Dec. 5vs. Indianapolis Colts1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 14Sun., Dec. 12vs. Seattle Seahawks1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 15Sun., Dec. 19at Jacksonville Jaguars1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 16Sun., Dec. 26vs. Los Angeles Chargers1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 17Sun., Jan. 2at San Francisco 49ers4:05 PM / Tickets
Week 18Sun., Jan. 9vs. Tennessee Titans1:00 PM / Tickets

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Houston Texans - 2021 Draft Results

The table below are all of the 2021 NFL Draft picks selected by the Houston Texans.

RoundOverallPlayerPositionSchool
367Davis MillsQBStanford
389Nico CollinsWRMichigan
5147Brevin JordanTEMiami (FL)
5170Garret WallowLBTCU
6195Roy LopezDTArizona

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Houston Texans Fantasy Football ADPs

When it comes time to draft our fantasy football teams, it's helpful to know where players are typically being selected in fantasy football drafts.

As we approach the 2021 NFL season, the tool that helps us understand where players are being selected, on average, is fantasy football average draft position (ADP).

Using data from Fantasy Football Calculator, we have set up pages for all fantasy-relevant players that depicts their current trends in standard-scoring and PPR-scoring ADPs.

The chart below displays the Fantasy Football Average Draft Position (ADP) movement over the past 30 days for Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson in 12-team standard-scoring formats.

Deshaun Watson Average Draft Position

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