Believe it or not, going 2-14 in 2013 does come with some privileges for your Houston Texans.
The Texans should be so lucky.
Privileges beyond the right to select Jadeveon Clowney with the first overall pick, privileges beyond the right to select first in every round after that (S'ua-Filo! Fiodorowicz!), privileges beyond the right to finally purge an entire coaching staff which had become stale and whose methods had become futile.
Indeed, a 2-14 season has rights that drift into the following season, like a pungent poop stench hanging in the bathroom for another few months, specifically the first crack at any scrubs that find their way onto the waiver wire during training camp.
As a result, the Texans will shop and shop and shop some more for bargains, and at this pace they should break the single season record for most players to ever spend at least one day on an NFL team's roster.
Hell, at this pace, they should break it by the middle of August!More »