The Houston Texans have much work to do.
They won the AFC South with a 10-6 record in 2019.
But since then, they’ve had consecutive four-win seasons.
Most of the players that helped them become winners are already off the roster.
The Texans have no choice but to start anew, especially after David Culley lasted for one season.
Enter Lovie Smith, who led the Chicago Bears to an appearance in Super Bowl LI.
It’s a historical moment because he and then-Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy became the first African-American head coaches to compete in the Super Bowl.
Therefore, Smith knows the significance of his actions, and that’s why he’s setting an example for his new team.
𝟻:𝟺𝟽 𝙰𝙼 –
Clockin' in 💪 pic.twitter.com/l9COuN0isM
— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) April 11, 2022
The Texans’ official Twitter account showed Smith as he was about to enter the Texans’ NRG Stadium.
At 5:47 AM, it was pitch black when he entered.
Given all the roster concerns, he might not see the sun when he checks out from his office.
The Texans Need A Massive Rebuild
Now that they’ve experienced a rapid fall, it’s time for the Texans to bounce back, mainly because their division rivals did not settle with what they had last season.
Finally, the Jacksonville Jaguars had one of the busiest free agency periods this offseason.
Therefore, the Texans are lagging behind and they must act fast.