Defensive end was the position that we all thought they would work on upgrading in free agency and the draft. They did sign, arguably, the second best pass rusher on the market in Kamerion Wimbley, but they did not address the position until very late in the draft. Overall, this is still a very weak spot on the roster. Click through the jump for a more in-depth look at the defensive ends currently on the Titans' roster.
Last week I focused mainly on the receivers. This week, I want to talk a little about the quarterback situation the Texans face in the future years, because I don't think it's necessarily on solid long-term footing. Matt Schaub is heading into this season in much the same way Mario Williams came into the 2011 season. Schaub finished the year on IR. When healthy, Schaub is a very good quarterback, but not an elite one. There are noticeable flaws in his game. And, most importantly, his contract is up after this season and the Texans have not really had any public discussions about a long-term deal with him.
This series analyzes Colts players who have some of the most interesting storylines heading into the 2012 season. Feel free to add suggestions in the comments on who I should put "Under the Microscope" in future articles this summer. The series started with Jerry Hughes and Joe Reitz, and continues now with safety Tom Zbikowski.