2021 Texans Player Profile: Phillip Lindsay

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Prior to the start of the 2020 season, Lindsay was considered one of the best young running backs in the league. After signing with the Denver Broncos as an undrafted free agent in 2018, Lindsay recorded 2,048 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns while appearing in 31 of 32 possible games for her hometown team.

By the end of the year, the potential Lindsay had showcased in her first two years in the NFL was gone. He missed five games with injuries and sharing the backfield with Melvin Gordon got Lindsay rushing for a minimum of 502 career yards.

Lindsay is still a promising stallion who has the potential to establish himself as the running back of a franchise for several seasons. All the 26-year-old running back needs is an opportunity to prove his skills, and Houston could be the best scenario for Lindsay.

Despite joining a crowded backfield that includes David Johnson and Mark Ingram, Lindsay has the best chance of being selected as the Texans running back as early as Week 1 of the regular season.

Lindsay is the youngest of the three tailbacks, and it’s likely the Texans will likely convert to a contingency plan following last season’s below-par game with Johnson as the Houston starter.

With Deshaun Watson no longer under center, there’s a good chance the Texans will rely heavily on their running game in 2021. And Lindsay is arguably the best and most productive Texans who have on their roster. .

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