Bill O’Brien says Brandon Weeden made strides during Texans’ spring drills
June 17, 2017
When Brandon Weeden arrived in Houston in 2015, he said learning the Texans’ offense was like reading Chinese backwards.
Picked up off waivers in November of that year after former starter Brian Hoyer went down with a concussion, Weeden was forced to learn quickly as the new No. 2 behind T.J. Yates.
More than a year and a half later, the 33-year-old finds himself in a similar supporting role to Tom Savage this season, but this time, with valuable experience in the organization under his belt.
“Well, it’s English now,” Weeden said last week. “It’s a great system, it really is. They put a lot on the quarterback, but I think that helps you from a pre-snap…
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