Texans’ Mt. Rushmore blends old and new, relatively speaking
In the league only 11 years, the Texans waited until their 10th season to make it to the postseason. Which should skew their Mt. Rushmore toward the more recent contributors.
It didn’t. In large part because the most important player in team history has been there for 10 of the 11 seasons. And receiver Andre Johnson has shown no signs of slowing down.
Along with Johnson, owner Bob McNair, running back Arian Foster, and defensive end J.J. Watt made it onto the mountain.
PFT Planet agreed with me (which is becoming more common in this process) on all four men.
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