The Texans’ season has not gone as planned and the offseason will bring further changes as the team will be hiring a new coach and General Manager after firing Bill O’Brien.

Once the new regime is in place, they will get to work on improving the team but those efforts won’t be helped by high draft picks. The Texans have no first- or second-round picks at their disposal, which could make the process of turning things around a lengthy one.

Defensive end J.J. Watt said on Wednesday that he’s not at a point in his career where that is an appealing prospect.

From Pro Football Talk