- Tania Ganguli, ESPN Houston Texans reporter
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In his column Tuesday, our Dan Graziano began with the question this blog asks, only in affirmative fashion.
He's not alone in that opinion and his rationale stems from his take on the quality of this year's quarterback crop. Graziano asserts that quarterback is, by far, the Texans' biggest need, and that there isn't an Andrew Luck in this year's draft.
"The quarterback class of 2014 is a collection of questions. Do you think you can turn a raw Blake Bortles into something special? Do you think Teddy Bridgewater is good enough to start right away? Can you get a Derek Carr or a Jimmy Garoppolo late in the first round or early in the second and expect to hit the lottery? And my goodness, what on earth do you make of Johnny Manziel?"
I present the question to you in poll form: Are the Texans in a bad spot?
In his column Tuesday, our Dan Graziano began with the question this blog asks, only in affirmative fashion."The NFL draft is exactly one month away and, man, are the Houston Texans in a lousy spot," he writes.