When Bill O’Brien decided to anoint Watson over Tom Savage one game into this season, it represented the 18th quarterback change for the Texans over their last 54 games, encompassing 10 different quarterbacks.
Deshaun Watson will be Texans' 9th different starting QB tonight since 2014, more than the Browns and the most in the NFL in that span.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 14, 2017
Matt Schaub started most of the 2013 season, including the last game of the year. Ryan Fitzpatrick started 2014, then was replaced by Ryan Mallett then the Texans went back to Fitzpatrick, then to Case Keenum, Brian Hoyer started 2015, then the Texans went back to Mallett, then back to Hoyer, then to TJ Yates, then back to Hoyer, then back to Yates, then to Brandon Weeden. Then back to Hoyer. Brock Osweiler started the 2016 season, then the Texans went to Savage, then back to Osweiler. And after going back to Savage on Sunday, the Texans turn to Watson on Thursday night.