Coming off a 9-7 season, the Houston Texans own the No. 25 overall pick in the first round of this weekend's NFL draft. The Nos. 57 and 89 selections also belong to Houston, which features Tom Savage and Brandon Weeden as the only quarterbacks on the roster after trading Brock Osweiler to the Cleveland Browns.
The Texans last season averaged 3.8 yards after catch per reception, the only team in the league under 4.0. It was the second straight year that Houston was below 4. No other team was below that mark in either of the past two seasons besides the Texans, whose receivers dropped 5 percent of their targets in 2016 -- the third-highest mark in the NFL.
ESPN's Todd McShay listedHouston's top five needs heading into the draft. Which one do you think the Texans should prioritize?
The first round of the NFL draft is scheduled to begin Thursday, April 27 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN.
Vote: What is the Texans' biggest draft need?
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