He averaged 24 touchdown passes per year his last three seasons in Buffalo. With the firepower he’s working with here, there’s no reason he shouldn’t be able to do at least that. The key is, obviously, being very healthy in the touchdown to interception ratio.
Last I checked, he’s still one of the very best in this league. And he’ll have to be productive as a pass catcher in addition to his ground duties. Remember 2011 when he had two 78 yard touchdown receptions? We need some of that. For #1 on this list to happen, an occasional check down to Arian Foster can be a big help.
3. Two Pass Rushers Need Double Digit Sacks
I don’t have to tell you who the first one is. And either
4. At least Two Rookies Not Named Clowney Need Big Seasons
Take your pick. Is it Fiedorowicz blossoming at Tight End? Does
5. Special Special Teams
We’ve seen it here before. A poor kicking performance can ruin a season. Lack of production in the return game or kick coverage can be a huge hindrance. Bob Ligashesky’s bunch has to step up big for the Texans to surprise the pundits.