Davis Mills and Houston Texans Triplets Ranked Among NFL’s Worst

This offseason saw the Houston Texans make multiple additions to their offensive roster to hopefully avoid a repeat of last year’s sub-par performances.

But according to CBS Sports, they still have one of the worst units in the NFL.

The CBS staff recently ranked each team’s offensive ‘triplets’ – quarterback, running back and wide receiver / tight end. The Texans came in a lowly 29th.

QB: Davis Mills RB: Marlon Mack WR: Brandin Cooks

Mills looked dreadful in his first stretch as a starter last year, but showed great progress during his second stint. We don’t yet know if he has the talent to be a long-term starter, but he earned a shot to prove he can do it. Mack was usurped in Indy by Jonathan Taylor but has shown he can run efficiently – if he gets good blocking. He probably won’t have it in Houston. Cooks is one of the league’s most underrated receivers, a guy who just keeps producing 1,000-yard seasons despite dealing with a host of injuries.


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