The Steelers should be considered as a trade partner by the Texans for No. Twelve overall pick

You can also find out more about the following: Houston Texans’ possession of twin first-round picks in the 2023 NFL draft presents an opportunity to address needs and also increase draft capital.

The Texans could easily select a franchise quarterback at No. At No. The Texans could easily take a franchise quarterback at No. 12 overall — obtained via 2022 offseason trade The cheapest way to buy a car is by using the Cleveland Browns — the Texans can shore up other positions of need or possibly trade back and pick up more selections.

According to Bill Barnwell from ESPNSending their Nos. The Texans should consider sending their Nos. Pittsburgh Steelers The numbers 17 (Round 1), and 49 overall (Round 2) were the most common. The Steelers will be wearing Nos. 17 (round 1) and 49 (round 2) in total. Steelers can cut the playoffs by moving up five spots. New York Jets The following are some examples of how to get started: New England Patriots in line to take one of the draft’s better tackle prospects.

As I wrote a couple of weeks ago, while now-retired Pittsburgh general manager Kevin Colbert rarely moved up in the first round, this is Omar Khan’s team now. It’s fair to start with the idea that Khan will behave the same way as his former boss, but Brian Gutekunst took over the Packers from Ted Thompson and immediately started trading up. The Steelers have an extra second-round pick after sending Chase Claypool to the Bears, which might make a move easier to swallow.

Incumbent left tackle Dan Moore was pushed into the starting role prematurely as a rookie in 2021, and he has ranked 66th out of 77 qualifying tackles in pass block win rate over his first two seasons while committing 15 penalties. Moving up for Paris Johnson Jr. or Peter Skoronski would net the Steelers a blue-chip prospect to protect Kenny Pickett while turning Moore into experienced depth to help deal with more injuries up front.

The Texans might still be able find value midway through their first round. Although they may be a bit ahead of where TCU’s wideout Quentin Johnston will be going, the Texans would be close.

Houston also has an extra second rounder that can be used to create a package for a return to Round 1, or to move back to the draft and continue to mine draft capital.

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