The Houston Texans have to get better along the offensive line this offseason. All you need to know is quarterback Dak Prescott was under constant duress all year long, and the Texans O-line surrendered a massive 56 sacks en route to being the worst-ranked unit this season, according to Football Outsiders.
Pick a spot along the line and, chances are, they need an upgrade there.
It’s rare to see centers go in Round 1 of the NFL Draft. But remember, the Cowboys made such a move with Travis Frederick back in 2013, and he became a linchpin of what emerged then as one of the best O-lines in the NFL.
Wisconsin’s Tyler Biadasz is a top choice here, also capable of doubling out to one of the other interior positions if the competition plays out that way.
Heck, Houston should spent its first two picks on offensive linemen. The Texans are well set mostly everywhere else.