3.) Houston Texans
From having the number two pick last year in the NFL draft to winning the AFC South and getting a first round playoff win against the Cleveland Browns, the Houston Texans are for real moving forward. They have their franchise quarterback in C.J. Stroud, who is coming off winning the Offensive Rookie of the Year award and a head coach in DeMeco Ryans who should have arguably won Coach of the Year.
Offensive coordinator Bobby Slowik is a rising head coaching candidate for next offseason and if he is able to repeat what he did this past season, he will earn himself a coaching promotion with another organization.
The Texans were able to play great offensive football through the air, but they had some limitations at the wide receivers position, especially when Tank Dell went down with a season ending injury in the middle of the season. If the Texans are looking to bring some veteran experience outside of Robert Woods, they could take a look at Davis to serve as a vertical weapon for Stroud.
Davis would not be your typical number one option in an offense, but pairing him with a rising star quarterback would help elevate his game going into his second season in the NFL.