Let’s see what players we should have our eyes on.
QB Kyler Murray
Murray was pretty solid in his 2023 debut and didn’t look at all like a guy that had knee surgery. There were a couple of hiccups in the operation of the offense. Can he follow that up with a bigger performance?
OLs Paris Johnson, D.J. Humphries
Humphries is back from his ankle injury. He and Johnson will have to protect Murray from Jonathan Greenard, who leads Houston with seven sacks, and rookie Will Anderson, the No. 3 overall pick in the draft.
TE Trey McBride
McBride had 131 yards last week and 95 yards against the Ravens. With no Michael Wilson or Zach Pascal, his size will be needed in the passing game, especially with Houston’s linebacking corps running thin.
WR Hollywood Brown
Brown only had one catch for 28 yards last week in Murray’s debut. He just missed a long touchdown pass. He is surely going to have more opportunities against the Texans in Murray’s second game back.