Fantasy Team Previews - Houston
Houston gets the third easiest schedule based on their opponents combined with percentage from last season. This translates to a favorable fantasy schedule for quarterback (13th) and running back (5th), though things are a bit tougher for wide receiver (18th). Texans tight ends get one of the league’s most difficult schedules on paper coming in at No. 28.
O’Brien will also serve as the offensive coordinator for the Texans this season. While we’re not 100 percent sure what his offense will look like, it’s a good bet that he’ll run multiple tight end sets with Garrett Graham serving as the move and rookie C.J. Fiedorowicz currently the first-team in-line tight end.
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