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The trade that will send DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals, we assume, will be completed on Wednesday — the first official day of the 2020 NFL season.

And that’s when the heavy lifting begins for the Houston Texans.

The swiftness with which they made the deal, landing RB Authentic David Johnson Jersey and a fourth-round pick from Arizona, makes you think they confidently believe they can land a wide receiver (or two) to help replace Hopkins.

One came in the signing of Authentic Randall Cobb Jersey, but we’re not going to insult your intelligence and suggest that’s a zero-sum addition. More help is needed — most likely through the draft.

But wide receiver isn’t the only pressing need. They have a lot of holes for a team with a young franchise quarterback that led 24-zip over the eventual champs in the divisional round of the playoffs. The Texans defense gave up 51 points in that game. Houston’s offensive line gave up four sacks and got Deshaun Watson hit eight times that day.

The Texans’ needs run far and wide now. So how can they fix them?

Houston’s draft capital
Here are the draft picks the Texans have to work with:

Second round (40th overall, from the Cardinals)

Second round (57th overall)

Third round (90th overall)

Fourth round (111th overall, from Miami Dolphins)

Fifth round (172nd overall)

Seventh round (241st overall)

Seventh round (249th overall)

Seventh round (251th overall)

That’s … not a lot.

Not receiving a single first-round pick for Hopkins or Jadeveon Clowney feels wild, and trading away firsts this year and next for Laremy Tunsil (and more) is equally absurd. Trading for three running backs in less than a year’s time is the licorice-flavored icing on this pickled herring-flavored cake.

But this is the bed Bill O’Brien has made. He now needs to find a lot of linen and comforters.

Which wide receivers can the Texans land?
Whether or not the Texans go the veteran route at the position, the draft should theoretically give them some decent options — and wideouts of all shapes and sizes from which to choose.

First, there’s the current WR depth chart: Cobb, Authentic Kenny Stills Jersey, Authentic Will Fuller Jersey, Authentic Keke Coutee Jersey, Authentic DeAndre Carter Jersey, Authentic Chad Hansen Jersey, Authentic Steven Mitchell Jersey,Authentic Isaac Whitney Jersey.

It’s not a promising group without help. It features two vertical receivers (Stills and Fuller), a slot guy coming off a resurgent year in Cobb (after several flat-line years), younger and shakier slot options (Coutee and Carter) and some possible WR4 and WR5 types (the rest).

What the group lacks is size, length and most of all, reliability. Stills has been healthy in his career, but Cobb, Coutee and Fuller definitely have not to date — how much can you count on them? Hopkins was such a crucial security blanket for Watson, it’s difficult to imagine any one rookie coming in and filling his shoes in Year 1.

But let’s say Houston is bent on using the 40th pick on a receiver. There should be decent options.

Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb and Alabama’s Henry Ruggs III and Jerry Jeudy will be long gone. We figure that local prospects like TCU’s Jalen Reagor and Baylor’s Denzel Mims will be, too, along with LSU’s Justin Jefferson.

Mims’ Senior Bowl and NFL combine performances have him likely landing late first round, in our view. Arizona State’s Brandon Aiyuk could slip to 40, we suppose, but the Texans can’t count on that. If they want either, it likely will require a move up — and likely more picks out the door.

That narrows our list down a bit, to the likes of Clemson’s Tee Higgins, Colorado’s Laviska Shenault Jr., Penn State’s KJ Hamler and USC’s Michael Pittman Jr.

Clemson WR Tee Higgins could be a strong option for the Texans. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
Clemson WR Tee Higgins could be a strong option for the Texans. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
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Of those, Higgins makes a lot of sense. His stock has cooled following a slow 40-yard dash (mid-4.5 seconds) at his pro day, and the depth of this class also has hurt. But Higgins has the big-game experience, size, ball skills and downfield ability to make him as good an option as any, if he’s still on the board at that point.

Remember, Hopkins was a mid-4.5 guy coming out, too. Both receivers have great body control, hands and suddenness to make their catches. It also might make Watson — who attends his alma mater’s games when possible — happy to land another Clemson guy (to replace the Clemson guy).

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The Houston Texans have had a bit of a strange offseason, and before the 2019 season, the reigning AFC South champions still have questions.
The Houston Texans are around one month away from their official training camp beginning, but before anyone looks that far ahead on the summer calendar, the Texans still have work to do and they aren’t the only ones who know that.

ESPN.com had various staff reports come up with an “offseason power rankings” where they have the 2018 AFC South champion Texans in the category of “too soon to tell,” due to how they’ve attacked their offseason. That said, the list had the Cleveland Browns in the “elite” category for all of the changes they’ve made over the past couple seasons.

The “too soon to tell” category, which is the last category on their list, consists of 15 teams as the jury is still out on how well or not so well their offseason has gone, and to be honest, that is a very understandable ranking for the Texans this offseason.

Remember, the Texans fired now former general manager Brian Gaine earlier this month so that leaves a void in the front office. They were also hit with tampering charges by the New England Patriots — though they were later dropped — as they were pursuing Nick Caserio for their vacant general manager spot.

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Is the Houston Texans offensive line improving for the 2019 season?
Houston is also questionable on the offensive line for 2019, especially following their ’18 showing. Even though the Texans drafted two players with three picks in rounds one and two of the 2019 NFL Draft, who knows when Tytus Howard and Max Scharping will be ready for NFL action on the offensive line.

That brings everything back to the ESPN.com ranking of the Texans, as Texans reporter Sarah Barshop wrote the following on the Texans’ biggest question that still needs to be answered this offseason:

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“Who will play left tackle? This has been the question since the Texans traded Duane Brown to the Seahawks in 2017. Houston made some moves this offseason, but whether or not the offensive line has improved will depend on whether Howard can step in and play well in his rookie season.”

I can’t agree with this statement any more because the Texans do need to improve immensely on the offensive line. Until that problem is taken care of — they were one of the worst units in the entire NFL last season — the Texans will struggle when games matter the most.

Houston is banking on their current roster of offensive linemen to get the job done, show great improvement and for their rookies to develop.

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Who knows if any of that will occur this season, but one thing is for certain: once training camp rolls around and the players get their pads on, we’ll all know who has gained the needed improvement, and which players have not.