Best Case Scenario: Clowney lives up to being the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft and everything that comes along with it, becoming a pass-rush force with J.J. Watt and terrorizing quarterbacks all year long. Basically, the best-case scenario is Clowney leaving no doubts that he was the right and only No. 1 pick in the 2014 Draft. Would a 16-sack season, or one sack per game, be asking for too much? We think it's within reason for the top dog.
Worst Case Scenario: Clowney struggles, needs years to become an adequate bookend with Watt, and isn’t dominant as advertised. Houston…we have a problem.