Durant, Watt join same insurance company Wisconsin-based American Family Insurance is hoping to raise its profile among the big players in the insurance industry by signing Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant and Houston Texans defensive end J.J Watt.
A confident Houston team wants to feature an efficient passing attack and attacking defense when it travels to Denver, but the Broncos will try to take these strengths away. Denver will consistently hand the ball off to RB Reuben Droughns in an effort to wear down the Texans' defense, which lacks depth.
Droughns rarely goes down with the first hit and he has the bulk to carry a heavy load. The Broncos' defense also has the talent in its front seven to slow down the running game without playing eight in the box. Houston QB David Carr will have to throw into tighter coverage and stay patient as a result. Will a steady performance for Carr mean another win for the Texans, or will Denver expose Houston's weaknesses by taking away their strengths?