This is really a frank assessment of the player's ability based on what I saw on the playing field. It includes all the games he played last year and the game from yesterday. Mind you, the level of scrutiny is high, given the dollar amount he was signed for. This is a player coming into his fifth year in the league, which is a year more than Schaub when he first arrived in Houston. I don't expect him to be sharp (accurate) in first pre-season game, but I expect a guy that knows what to do. Given some basic defensive reads pre-snap and post-snap, I expect him to make the correct decision (nothing too fancy). When there are more blockers than rushers, the QB doesn't have to hurry a throw. When the defense shows man and stays man, the receiver with the defender further away often should get the ball under normal condition. When the defender plays inside on a sideline route, the throw has to be made to the outside. Automatic things like that should happen more often with a top level QB. Too often; however, I did not see that. These things limit the chance of success of the QB. Some guys are limited by their physical ability; Osweiler seems to be on the opposite end of the spectrum; not too much unlike Mallett (without the stupid decisions off the field; that is.) Sure he can get better with more years in the league. The Texans aren't paying him that much money to wait for long though.