March 18, 2018

Texans Top 20 of 2013: #4 Chris Myers

In this series, we look at the top 20 Houston Texans of the 2013 season. 



There is not a better model of consistency that what center Chris Myers has shown over his time with the Houston Texans. Myers was easily the best offensive lineman that suited up for the Texans this season, and he only gave up 1 sack on the season.

Myers gave up 22 quarterback hurries and 5 quarterback hits in 1,143 offensive snaps, and not to mention he did not miss a play in 2013. Myers showed how valuable he was this season, like this play against the Seattle Seahawks this season.

Myers did have some issues with inconsistent play at the offensive guards position, but Myers more than held his own.  There was a reason the Texans brought him back prior to the 2012 season, and signed him to a four-year deal for $25 million ($14 million guaranteed.)

He will be part of the Texans core to help the transition of the Bill O’Brien era to Houston, and him being the leader of the offensive line will only help the process. Since 2008, Myers has produced for the Texans, and there is no reason to think it will slow anytime soon.

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