Atlanta Falcons: Houston Texans biggest weakness revealed

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Sep 27, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett (15) against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

What do you consider to be Houston’s biggest weakness and why?

RG: Their offense in general. They have been allergic to first half points and against Atlanta, that could be deadly.

I think a lot of this issue stems from the unrest at offensive line. There has been a lot of injuries and reshufflung because of the injuries. Without continuity it has been hard to get their rather inexperienced quarterback, Ryan Mallett, into a good rhythm.

No team in the AFC South has started particularly well. What are realistic expectations for the Texans this year?

RG: They can find themselves in the mix if they can find consistency in their run game. Their defense is good but they are on the field too much and they throw way too much for a team whose quarterback has all of 4 NFL starts.

I have never bought into Indianapolis, they feast on bad teama to pad their stats but look what happens when they played playoff teams. I believe they lost by a combined 87-27 in games against New England and Dallas late in the year.

But of course signing an old running back and an older receiver fixes all woes right? If Houston can get to 9-7 this year again, they have a shot to win the division.

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