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Texans backup quarterback T.J. Yates isn’t the only member of his family who’s capable of making plays on the football field.
It was interesting to hear rookie quarterback Case Keenum discuss what he has done since joining the Texans as a rookie free agent in terms of resume’ building.
Despite nearly 400 yards of offense and five trips inside Carolina’s 20-yard line, this was the ONLY time the Texans offense found its way into the end zone during their 26-13 preseason victory over the Panthers last Saturday.
You have to respect Texans rookie quarterback Case Keenum and his hustle when it comes to how he sees himself fitting in with his new team.
Texans receiver Kevin Walter knew the offense would be fine from the moment T.J. Yates called his first play in the huddle last season.
For a moment the No.7 jersey looked a little out of place in comparison to the sizable players around him as the Texans took field as a unit for the first time Monday during OTAs.
All the rookie fifth round pick did was win two critical regular-season games and a playoff game after being pressed into duty.
On the heels of their break through season, the Texans head into their most important offseason with a positive outlook.