The Texans have once again made moves to their quarterback depth chart. Matt McGloin, the 2013 Texans slayer, was released after being on the team for less than one week. The team also signed another quarterback to replace McGloin. They went with Josh Johnson, who is a professional football player in only the literal sense of the word.
Texans sign QB Josh Johnson, cut Matt McGloin, Kendall Langford https://t.co/FSxScdpR0K via @HoustonChron— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) November 7, 2017
Jackson Johnson hasn’t attempted a pass in a NFL game since 2011.
Monday: Bill O'Brien says Kaepernick "hasn't played in a while"— Rodger Sherman (@rodger_sherman) November 7, 2017
Tuesday: O'Brien signs QB who HASN'T THROWN A PASS IN AN NFL GAME SINCE 2011 pic.twitter.com/8CyRdCDHts
They signed a quarterback who I know nothing about and has been bad up to this point in his career.
Texans’ lengthy evaluation process takes them to a QB with a 57.7 career passer rating who couldn’t beat out Kaep for a backup job in SF https://t.co/W7Ury6d7dW— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) November 7, 2017
Of course, this means the Texans did not sign Colin Kaepernick.
I don’t know what this team is doing. This season is over. The year is lost. But somehow we will try and have fun for eight more weeks. Can’t wait!