2022 NFL Draft: Houston Texans: 7-round mock

2022 NFL Draft: Houston Texans: 7-round mock

The Houston Texans have a lots of draft capital to get much better as a football group this spring.
After not having a first-round choice a year ago, the Houston Texans have a top-three selection in the 2022 NFL Draft.
No doubt about it, Houston made the right to be choosing third because the 2021 Texans stunk. While they were competitive and played hard for their previous head coach David Culley, he was shamefully one-and-done. Though promoting former protective organizer Lovie Smith from within makes some sense, how the Texans manage their 9 draft choices will shape their season.
Here is the latest 2022 NFL mock draft for the Texans. Who do they wind up taking in this one?
Houston Texans Mock Draft– First Round.

Evan Neal, Alabama Crimson Tide, Houston Texans. (Picture by Alika Jenner/Getty Images).

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No doubt about it, Houston made the right to be picking third due to the fact that the 2021 Texans stunk. Promoting former defensive coordinator Lovie Smith from within makes some sense, how the Texans manage their 9 draft picks will form their season.
If Evan Neal does not go to the Jacksonville Jaguars No. 1 overall, it would serve the Texans to take the star offensive take on out of Alabama with the No. 3 total pick. Neal getting past the Texans at No. 3 is insanity.

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Alabama Crimson Tide.

Evan Neal.

If Evan Neal does not go to the Jacksonville Jaguars No. 1 in general, it would serve the Texans to take the star offensive tackle out of Alabama with the No. 3 overall pick. There are just a handful of gamers worth using the top total choice on, and Neal would be among them. He played a critical role in helping Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce Young win the Heisman Trophy.
Prior to that Neal, played along the very same offensive line that saw Mac Jones win the Davey OBrien and a championship game in 2020, as well as the tail-end of the Tua Tagovailoa era under center in Tuscaloosa. Houston might be unwilling to take a gamer who was coached up by former head coach Bill OBrien, now is not the time for the Texans to be painfully foolish again.
There are only a handful of gamers they need to take at No. 3. Neal getting past the Texans at No. 3 is insanity.
The Texans need to get a cant- miss out on, blue-chip possibility at No. 3, and Neal would suffice that.