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When the Texans host the Miami Dolphins on Thursday night

It will
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, who is out with a shoulder injury.Watson
is healthy after dealing with lung and rib injuries and helped the team to its
fourth straight win last week after an 0-3 start to leave the Texans in first
place in the AFC South.The Texans traded up to draft Watson with the 12th
overall pick in the 2017 draft to take over at the position after trading
Osweiler to Cleveland just one difficult season after signing him to a $72
million contract. Osweiler spent last season with the Broncos before joining the
Dolphins this year.Osweiler was supposed to be the answer to Houston's longtime
woes at quarterback, but instead ended up being the worst free-agent signing in
the franchise's short history. He was benched in December of his first and only
season with the Texans when he'd thrown three interceptions before halftime of a
game against the Jaguars. Tom Savage started the next two games, but got a
concussion early in the second one and the Texans looked to Osweiler again.He
played well to help Houston to a win in the wild-card game over Oakland. But his
three interceptions doomed the Texans in a 34-16 loss to New England in the next
round and he was sent packing a couple of months after that.Osweiler, who is 1-1
as a starter this season, knows everyone will be talking about his time in
Houston this week, but insists he isn't worried about it."There's going to be a
lot of outside noise trying to make a situation bigger than what it really is;
but at the end of the day ... my one season I had in Houston, I look at it as a
successful season," he said. "We won our division and we won a playoff game."He
said he hasn't spoken to Houston coach Bill O'Brien since the trade, but that he
has "great respect" for him and the Texans."There's no hard feelings," Osweiler
said. "There's no ill-will ... (I'm) focused just on playing a good football
game Thursday and doing whatever this football team needs me to do to help them
get a win."Although the Texans went 9-7 in Osweiler's one season, some of his
former teammates don't have very fond memories of his time in Houston."He's not
here anymore, so I don't really care for him," defensive end Jadeveon Clowney
said. "We didn't win a lot with him. Trying to go against him now. Try to get
after him this week up front make him rattled in the pocket, hope he'll throw a
couple of interceptions."While the Texans were certainly disappointed that
Osweiler didn't work out after he signed that huge contract, they're happy with
how things worked out considering that his failure led to them drafting
Watson.The 23-year-old Watson said he didn't know a lot about the revolving door
the team had at quarterback in the years before he was drafted. But he does
understand how excited fans are to have him and about his potential to be the
franchise quarterback this team has long searched for."It's been awesome just to
feel that love and just have people consider me as a franchise quarterback and
they want me here," he said. "So, I've just got to continue to focus on what I
can do to help this team win."Some things to know about the Dolphins-Texans
game.EARLY ARRIVALThe Dolphins flew to Houston on Tuesday, a day earlier than
usual. Coach Adam Gase decided to tweak the schedule because in the Dolphins'
two most recent Thursday night appearances, they lost at Cincinnati 22-7 in 2016
and at Baltimore 40-0 last year.Gase conceded he's still trying to figure out
the best way to prepare on a short week."I'm the wrong guy to ask on that,
considering that I think we've scored seven points and given up 60-something,"
he said. "We're trying something new this year."MILLER'S MIAMI TIESHouston
running back Lamar Miller was born and raised in Miami, went to college at
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, was drafted by the Dolphins in 2012 and spent
his first four seasons there before signing with the Texans before the 2016
season.Miller, who had his first 100-yard rushing game since 2016 last week,
said he's trying to approach Thursday as any other game, but admitted it might
mean a little bit more because of his history."Of course, I want to do good
because I played there and I'm from there," he said. "So, I'm going to try and
do whatever I can to put us in the best spot to win this game."KEY MATCHUPMiami
cornerback Xavien Howard is likely to spend a lot of time covering DeAndre
Hopkins, who is tied for third in the NFL with 707 yards receiving on 47
catches."I see he likes to push off a lot," Howard said. "He likes to get
physical. That's going to be part of his game."Howard said that's fine with
him."Oh, yeah. I'm a physical corner," he said.Howard is tied for the league
lead with three interceptions.AP Sports Writer Steven Wine in Miami contributed
to this report. After last week’s total dismantling of the Miami Dolphins,
everything seems like it’s looking up for the Houston Texans these days. Well,
other than the ever-increasing number of key players put on injured reserve,
including Will Fuller V. But let’s bask in the joy of Deshaun Watson throwing
more touchdowns than incompletions, the offensive line actually looking like a
professional unit, and a defense that got after the other team like there was a
fire under their feet. Am I the only that noticed the extra bit of attack the
defensive front seven brought when Brock Osweiler was on the field? Thankfully,
we could once again count on him to throw a fumble, even if the borderline
amateur-hour officiating crew sided with the Dolphins on that one. Don’t get me
started on the DeAndre Hopkins Catch-Of-The-Year the refs wrongly called an
incompletion. With today’s trade deadline looming, let’s pull our collective
head out of the clouds and look to the future. By position group, here’s a
summary of where we stand:Quarterback: We’re good. REAL good. Possibly the best
ever in franchise history. Running Back: Ummm鈥?pass. Literally, throw the ball.
Lamar Miller is finally being used properly, but are we sure we can count on
O’Brien to avoid his old ways of ramming Miller into the A-Gap over and over
again? Plus http://www.thetexansfootballauthentic.com/lamar-miller-jersey-authentic ,
recovering from an injury like the one D’Onta Foreman suffered comes with no
guarantees he’ll ever be more than below average once he gets back on the
field.Wide Receiver: It could be argued that DeAndre Hopkins, Keke Coutee,
Vyncint Smith and Sammy Coates might do in a pinch if the tight end corps is
finally becoming a part of the B’OB offense. But having Fuller to take the top
off the defense certainly made D-Hop’s days easier. Maybe they quickly elevate
newly inked practice squader Steven Mitchell? Tight End: This is arguably the
strongest TE corps since the Gary Kubiak heyday and has the potential to be the
best ever. More on that in a bit. Offensive Line: It is what it is. Defensive
Line: Talk about strength upon strength.Any unit with J.J. Watt and Jadeveon
Clowney is just that. Linebackers: Somewhere Brian Cushing is wishing he could
still get after Alfred Blue in practice. Meanwhile, the current corps of
linebackers is coming along nicely. Cornerbacks: This is where the rubber
currently leaves the road defensively. With Aaron Colvin out, Kevin Johnson out,
Johnathan Joseph hurt, and Kareem Jackson moved back in (yet definitely playing
well), the Texans really need some cornerback help. Safety: Like the tight end
group, this isn’t normally a place of roster strength for Houston, but with
players like Tyrann Mathieu, Justin Reid and the now healthy Andre Hal holding
down the fort, this is shaping up to the be the best safety group the Texans
have ever had. Where does that leave the Houston Texans?Looking over this
roster, it might be easy to get caught up in the trade hype of today’s deadline.
Rumors are swirling that other teams are trying to pry Jadeveon Clowney
away.Other rumors are floating that H-Town is trying to secure the services of
Demaryius Thomas from the Broncos and/or DeSean Jackson from the Buccaneers.
Fans are speculating about the hope that Ryan Griffin and Alfred Blue find their
way to new locales as part of a package in exchange for one of those wideouts or
a cornerback. Some people are tossing out the notion that Houston is in
“win-now” mode and should leverage future draft picks to land needed players.
Where the truck stops is that last sentence. Giving up future draft picks is
what you do to land a guy like Deshaun Watson, not a guy like DeSean Jackson.
Trading away the future for the present is what teams that are one or two pieces
away from NFL domination do to get them over the hump. While this Texans squad
is currently overachieving, which we all love, the idea that one or two players
will guarantee the Lombardi Trophy comes home to Houston in February is flawed
thinking. Now, giving up a third rounder for the likes of Patrick Peterson, or a
second for Le’Veon Bell might make sense, but there’s limited upside for the
other teams in those trade scenarios. At the end of the day, Houston is one year
away from being in a position to trade the future for the present. That doesn’t
mean dreaming about what might happen if Houston did land Bell or Peterson in a
trade that included Ryan Griffin or a late round draft pick isn’t fun. Give us
your thoughts on whether Houston should trade (and who/what for who/what) or if
they should stand their ground and prepare to stockpile some great young talent
in the 2019 NFL Draft. New GM Brian Gaine did really well last year with what he
inherited from the guy who brought us Brock Osweiler; just imagine what he can
do with three picks in the top 50.
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