Published: Wed, August 09, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Texans' Tom Savage, Deshaun Watson 'making each other better'

Texans' Tom Savage, Deshaun Watson 'making each other better'

All three quarterbacks will get some playing time in Wednesday's preseason game against the Carolina Panthers, and O'Brien and the rest of the Texans' coaching staff will have a better idea of where the group stands.

The Texans are led by former Rutgers quarterback Tom Savage, while the Carolina Panthers are led by quarterback Cam Newton, who isn't expected.

When it comes to quarterback play for the Texans, coach Bill O'Brien isn't saying much other than that all three of Tom Savage, rookie Deshaun Watson and veteran backup Brandon Weeden will play Wednesday, but it will be Savage making the start.

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For that game, every healthy player, including defensive end J.J. Watt will take the field. Getting in and out of the huddle quickly. Just an overall - from all three of those guys, from all three of them - just a clean game, a clean operation. I think we're in good condition, but the game is different. "That's what I want".

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"Ultimately, we've got to score points".

"Protect the ball. Really, we want to score points".

"Everybody that's able to play in the game will play in the game", he added, via John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

O'Brien said he is looking for Savage, Watson and Weeden to have a good handle on the offense and most importantly, to take care of the football. It's competitive, obviously, but they want the offense to do well.

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