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On a positive note, Osweiler went without a turnover for the first time this season and it was his second straight game without an interception.
Even though he'll be forced to throw often next Sunday against the Packers, Osweiler doesn't warrant a starting spot on many fantasy rosters.
Ryan Tannehill shoulder has been ruled out for another game and also seems to be in danger of missing Week 10 in Green Bay. At this point, it might make sense for the Dolphins to simply wait until after their Week 11 bye before bringing Tannehill back.
In the meantime, Osweiler will take aim at a Jets defense that has been surprisingly stingy against the pass this season, allowing just 7.
Opposing quarterbacks have nonetheless managed passing yards per game, taking advantage of elevated volume caused by Gang Green's struggles on offense.
With Ryan Tannehill shoulder still not throwing as of Wednesday, "all indications are that Osweiler is starting again this week," according to Adam H.
Beasley of the Miami Herald. The Dolphins have yet to confirm the assignment, but it looks very much like Osweiler will draw his fourth consecutive start this coming Sunday against the Jets.
Osweiler took a step back in Week 8's loss to the Texans, but he'll look to rebound this weekend against a New York squad that has dropped two straight games and is allowing an average of Register or Login to customize.
Getting another start before bye week. Likely to get another start. By Jeffri Chadiha August Brock Osweiler was seeking the right opportunity.
The Texans were seeking a savior. So quarterback and team took a Lone Star State-sized leap of faith. Now, both face high stakes, huge expectations and more than a little heat.
The more Osweiler watched the scene unfold, the more he was drawn to O'Brien's command of his team, the way the coach inspired the men hanging on his every word.
There were countless other things Osweiler could've been doing on that day in early March as he contemplated whether he really was going to leave the Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos as an unrestricted free agent.
Instead, he reached for his remote control, turned up the volume on his television and focused on an unexpected rerun of the Texans' appearance on the HBO series "Hard Knocks.
However, he also understood that, because of timing, he'd never have a chance to meet with any of the team's decision makers before potentially signing a deal.
So he grinned as O'Brien pushed his team in the midst of grueling practices. He nodded in approval when the coach emphasized his lofty expectations.
This was critical research for a player who already had quizzed former Texans and diligently studied the Houston offense because, as Osweiler recently said, "There was definitely a lot of faith involved in this.
The Texans are betting a player who started all of seven games in four NFL seasons can be the answer to the endless quarterback problems that have plagued them for years.