Texas is a three-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust kind of state. After all, it owns the reigning NFL all-time rushing champ (
But every state has a red-headed stepchild, and in the Lone Star state it's the Houston Texans, who have had two 1,000-yard rushers in their six-year NFL existence. The Texans ranked 22nd in rushing last season, one of a dozen NFL teams to average fewer than 100 yards on the ground per contest. The coaching staff hopes with a promising (and healthy) passing attack in place the ground game will benefit.
So, who is going to come out of camp with the starting gig? It's