Brock Osweiler didn’t hesitate in taking a shot at the Houston Texans this week.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brock Osweiler has already made it clear this year that he’s good enough to start in 2017 after a terrible 2016 campaign with the Houston Texans.
For the record, Osweiler’s stats prove that he should be a back up.
While talking to the local Cleveland media this week, Osweiler blamed the Texans for the way he played last year.
From the Akron Beacon-Journal:
"“The best part is I’m getting coached hard on my fundamentals,” Osweiler said Wednesday before the second practice of mandatory minicamp. “And I believe firmly that when your fundamentals and your feet are right as a quarterback, you’re going to make great decisions and you’re going to throw accurate footballs.“I think that’s something that slid last season. I’m not going to go into great detail on that, but they did. My fundamentals slid, and because of that, you saw some poor decisions and some poor throws. If you go back to 2015, I feel like my fundamentals were pretty tight.”"
I have a hard time imagining that the Texans’ quarterbacks coach last year didn’t try and help Osweiler with his fundamentals. If that was in fact his main problem.
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Until Osweiler comes out this season and tears up with the NFL with the Browns, I can’t believe that the Texans were to blame for the way he played last season.
Even if Osweiler does have a good year in Cleveland, it could be because their offense is a better fit for him. It won’t necessarily mean that they did a better job with helping him with his fundamentals.