Guys get... benched, replaced. They get injured; another guy comes in and becomes the starter. That happens all the time.

Brock Osweiler

Brock Osweiler

Profession: Athlete
Nationality: American

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Obviously it happens very fast on the field during the game; if anything, it's more of a feel. You feel when the pocket is collapsing around you. You feel when someone is close to you. It is a split-second decision.

I feel like I get better every week.

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

I'm going to be who I am and believe in what I bring to the table every day.

If you stay present and don't look too far ahead - or in the rearview mirror - everything will work out.

If anybody knows that you need to be prepared regardless of the situation, that's me.

I have always been the tallest guy in my class, going back to first grade. Announcers have always had fun with it.

As someone who loves being on the field with his teammates, it's hard to hear that you're not going to be the one playing.

My biggest deal is I just want to do my job.

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.

I had to wait my turn. I had to learn that even when you're sitting behind somebody, you still have a chance to learn something every single day.

My job is to protect the football and score points and lead this offense on drives to score points.

It's always a good situation to have the target be on you because that means you have been playing well.

I think anytime you put the weight of the world on yourself saying, 'I have to perform,' or, 'I have to get a completion. I have to throw a touchdown,' nine times out of 10, I think you're going to fail.