Not much has gone well for the Houston Texans, but there are some bright spots.
Along the defensive line, P.J. Hall, who the Texans claimed off waivers after a failed trade between the Las Vegas Raiders and Minnesota Vikings, has been one of those optimistic points of light.
In the 33-16 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, Hall saw 43 defensive snaps and was even credited with a start, an uptick from 17 snaps in Week 1 at the Kansas City Chiefs. The defensive tackle from Sam Houston State collected three total tackles.
“He plays with really good leverage that’s built-in leverage,’ coach Bill O’Brien said. “He’s a powerful, explosive guy relative to the position that he plays. He’s been playing hard. He’s getting in better shape. He did disrupt last week and had a good game.”
“Just consistency is the key just like with anybody else,” said O’Brien. “Hopefully he can keep getting better and getting more comfortable in our system.”
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