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Deshaun Watson ‘excited’ about Texans’ revamped offense

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The Houston Texans have undergone a few noticeable changes on offense and Deshaun Watson is anxious to begin the upcoming season. Despite the new faces around him, Watson is ‘excited’ about Houston’s revamped offense, per the Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson.

Arguably the most interesting move this offseason came when the Texans traded DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals. Following the head-scratching trade of Hopkins, Houston inked a three-year deal with veteran Randall Cobb.

At the same time, the Texans decided to make a trade for Brandin Cooks ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft. Given that, Houston’s receiving corps now features Cobb, Cooks, Will Fuller, Kenny Stills, and Keke Coutee.

While the Texans have speed at wide receiver, it’s going to be tough for them to replace the consistent production of Hopkins. Nonetheless, Watson appears to be confident in the guys that the team has surrounded him with for the upcoming season.

Besides the glaring changes on offense, the Texans are also going to have a new play-caller in 2020. Tim Kelly, who has spent six seasons on Houston’s coaching staff, will assume the role of calling plays next season. It’s apparent that Watson is a fan of Kelly’s.

As Watson enters his fourth season with the Texans, the organization that drafted him in 2017 will have a new group of weapons for him to get the ball to in 2020. Regardless of what the media and fans believe of Houston’s current offensive unit, Watson is ecstatic to get to work with his new-look arsenal in the upcoming season.