I'm a guy that learns from making mistakes. Sometimes that's not the best way to learn, but that's how I learn.

Brock Osweiler

Brock Osweiler

Profession: Athlete
Nationality: American

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Coming to Houston was an opportunity that I couldn't pass up.

I have tremendous respect for both John Elway and Peyton Manning as people and as quarterbacks in the NFL, but I was not concerned one bit with playing in their shadow.

Competition brings out the best.

I play very, very emotional. That's just my style.

You want to have your hand on the ball every single play.

A lot of people say, 'Oh, playing backup quarterback, that's the best position in the world.' Well, what they don't understand is when we leave the building at 5 o'clock on Wednesday or Thursday when practice wraps up, we still need to go home and study and prepare just like you're the starter.

My belief is whether I'm the starter, whether I'm the backup, I'm going to show up the same exact way. I'm going to prepare the same exact way, and I'll always be ready to go.

It's very exciting... what DeAndre brings to the game is truly special. To have the opportunity to play with a football player like that, that's what gets a quarterback out of bed in the morning.

Coach Knapp is a tremendous quarterbacks coach.

What I'm trying to do is maximize every day.

Everybody wants to be on the field and show what they're capable of and help their football team win games.

When we're not on the practice field, I'm watching tape, and when I'm not watching tape, I'm doing body work or something like that.

The emotions can take you out of a game.

The whole key about the no-huddle is getting first downs because if you're getting three-and-out, it kind of defeats the purpose.