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Battle Red Blog Jun 17, 2015

Texans Minicamp: Day Two Twitter Roundup And Recap

Did you miss today's news coming out of Texans minicamp? Don't worry, we've got you covered. The Texans wrapped up day two of a three day mandatory minicamp today; through the wizardry of embedded tweets, here is everything you missed compiled into one place. .@ArianFoster looked good today. Moving well. #Texans— PDS (@PatDStat) June 17, 2015 Strong day for Tom Savage throwing the ball today. Best he has looked all offseason. #Texans— PDS (@PatDStat) June 17, 2015 Mixed bag for Ryan Mallett and Brian Hoyer running the offense. Hoyer had more positives today on the field....
Houston Chronicle Jun 16, 2015

QB Brian Hoyer impressive on first day of Texans’ minicamp

Quarterback Brian Hoyer put on an impressive performance on the first day of minicamp. The Texans moved practice inside their bubble because of a persistent rain, and Hoyer took advantage of the ideal conditions to complete passes all over the field. Because of the regular rotation involving Hoyer and Ryan Mallett, who are competing for […]
Houston Chronicle Jun 15, 2015

NFL Round Table: Texans QBs Mallet and Hoyer

Houston Chronicle sports writers John McClain and Brian T. Smith discuss the Houston Texans competition for Quarterback with Ryan Mallet and Brian Hoyer.
Dawgs By Nature Jun 14, 2015

PFF: Browns' Missing Snaps on Offense Rank 23rd in the NFL

Pro Football Focus published an article last week highlighting the number of missing snaps for each team in the NFL. This post will cover the offensive side of things. PFF used a metric called "Full Time Equivalent" (FTE) to measure how many offensive snaps the team will miss. For example, if the quarterback position saw 1,000 snaps in 2014 and QB Brian Hoyer saw 800 snaps, he would earn a FTE of 0.8. Cumulatively, the Browns' offense had an FTE of 2.94, which was ranked 23rd in the NFL. That means they are missing nearly three starting-level snaps from a year ago. Per PFF, these are the...
Battle Red Blog Jun 13, 2015

Video: Watch Brian Cushing Attempt To Remove Brian Hoyer From Existence

No, not in OTAs, but in the Texans' game against the Browns last year. The fact that Bill O'Brien says he's already ready (already?!) to name a starting quarterback for the 2015 season leads me to believe that it will be Brian Hoyer getting the nod over Ryan Mallett. Both have plenty of time in O'Brien's offensive system, but Hoyer has the larger sample size and is more of a known quantity. My bet is that Hoyer will be the starter if O'Brien chooses before training camp. So in anticipation of that, here's a video I stumbled upon that accurately reflects my feelings about that potential...

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