The Houston Texans made it to the AFC Divisional round last season and that was coming off of the heels of another AFC Championship appearance for the 2011 season. Even still, the team is a few pieces away from getting to the Super Bowl. One of those perceived pieces is a capable wide receiver opposite all-world wideout Andre Johnson (sound familiar?).
According to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider, the Houston Texans are "considering" former USC wide receiver Robert Woods in the first round. Woods' stock has steadily increased over the past couple of months, thanks to a good wokrout at both the Combine and his Pro Day. He was previously considered a second or third round pick.