Houston boasted a Top 10 DST in 2015 and is expected to do the same in 2016. A slow start and bland special-teams play kept the unit from being spectacular, something the team hopes will change with the addition of rookie kick and punt returner Tyler Ervin. One area the Texans will continue to lean on is the pass rush. Led by J.J. Watt, the Texans hit their stride last season and notched 45 sacks (Watt had nearly 40 percent of them), tacking on 11 fumble recoveries, 14 interceptions and three touchdowns. A decent schedule helps the Texans out as well -- save for a Week 3 game at New England, the Texans should be in fairly good shape through the first half of the season. We like Houston as a pick worth taking within the final two rounds of your draft.