Houston Texans — J.J. Watt
The Texans don’t have much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Between a 2-9 record, three starting quarterbacks, 13 interceptions and Arian Foster on IR, there isn’t much thanks to be had. Even with all the level of suck in Houston, J.J. Watt has been the best defensive player in the NFL season — bar none. The Texans can use their expected No. 1 pick on a quarterback like Teddy Bridgewater to fix the problems on offense, but at least they already know they have a playmaker on defense.