Houston Texans: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – Quarterback
Predicting game-by-game results this far in advance requires an assumption that each position group plays to form. This series of “Good, Bad and Ugly” articles analyzes by position group the likelihood and consequences of over-performance (Good), under-performance (Bad) and worst case (Ugly).
First in the series we consider the quarterback position. More than any other group quarterback performance affects the play of the other groups and the fate of the team. Good quarterback play makes the offensive line’s job easier, enhances receivers and tight ends performances and provides more opportunities for running backs. Defensive groups can be more flexible, apply more pressure, face fewer short field situations and spend less time on the field.
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Much has been written about the acquisition of Brock Osweiler. Brandon Weeden is a solid journeyman. Tom Savage is the media’s forgotten man although the coaching staff seems well aware of his growth and potential. My game-by-game predictions are based upon the expectation that Osweiler remains healthy and performs in the low-end of the franchise quarterback range. Now let’s consider “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”.
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