All Hat and No Cattle: 2020 Preview of the Houston Texans

‚ÄčThe Texans had a solid season last year, making the playoffs with a 10-6 record. They eventually collapsed against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. During the off-season, Bill O'Brien made one of the most egregious trades in NFL history. They traded star WR DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals for David Johnson and his massive contract. Texans brought in Brandin Cooks and Randall Cobb and tried to fix the defense. Can the new-look offense provide any fantasy value? What WR will set himself apart from the pack? Will DJ return close to his 2016 form? Let's find out.

Fantasy Opportunities: A look at the New Orleans Saints

The Saints entered the postseason as a Super Bowl favorite for the second consecutive season only to have their Lombardi hopes dashed by the Vikings for the second time in three years. Still, consecutive 13-3 seasons makes for a secure job. Head coach Sean Payton isn't going anywhere, and neither are his offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael nor defensive coordinator Dennis Allen.