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Normally, a team would look to the draft to address its most pressing needs. For this team, the defense was the most pressing need to be addressed, but let’s be real — the Texans were highly unlikely to find a franchise-changing player in the third round or beyond. Rather, the Texans used their few middling draft picks to make a statement.

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For the Clear Springs head football coaching job, we should look beyond career records because the key to further success there appears to lie in the intangibles. Time will tell if new hire Anthony Renfro possesses the right intangibles, but I certainly like his enthusiasm and energy.

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Friday’s parade wasn’t some victory lap or a moment just to bask in glory. It was about celebrating an individual who never left Galveston, even when his opportunity to play college football and then professional football took him well across the causeway.

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As a fan of Watt, whose tremendous contributions to Houston on and off the field are well documented, I’m happy to see he’ll have a chance to play his final NFL years with an up-and-coming team that actually has a chance to win many games — unlike the Texans, who are coming off a 4-12 season and appear to be on the path toward a lengthy rebuild.

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We didn't need any more reminders of how lucky we actually are. Then, came the freeze of last week that prevented most from even having the ability to watch sports on TV because of the fact electricity was lost because of an inferior electric grid infrastructure.

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J.J. Watt's release from the Houston Texans wasn't an incredible shock, but it was bittersweet. The Texans are rebuilding, and a player the caliber of Watt deserves to play out the end of his career with a team in contention for a Super Bowl.