Fourteen games into Osweiler's first season as the franchise quarterback, coach Bill O'Brien had seen enough. Osweiler threw two interceptions from his own 25-yard line in the second quarter that handed the Jaguars 10 points. They were his 15th and 16th interceptions of the season. One of the league's biggest free-agent disappointments of 2016, Osweiler has led a Texans offense that entered the game averaging just 17.6 points per game -- 3.6 points per game fewer than the Brian Hoyer-led offense of 2015.
So can the Texans move on from Osweiler anytime soon? It won't be easy. Let's explore the Texans' options: