Making fun of Bill O'Brien and the Texans after their two trades on Saturday was pretty much Football Twitter's national holiday. Pundits and regular fans just lambasted O'Brien after he shipped out former No. 1 overall pick JadeveonClowney, and paid a king's ransom for Dolphins left tackle LaremyTunsil.
There's no question that O'Brien, who is acting as the Texans' general manager right now after the team fired BrianGaine and didn't land NickCaserio, whiffed badly on the Clowney situation — way worse than the Patriots did with JimmyGaroppolo.
But the real question is, especially for O'Brien, who's on the hot seat this year, is whether or not the Texans are a better team this season without Clowney and with Tunsil?
Obviously the results will speak for themselves, but you can make the argument the Texans are better for this season after the deals.