The Facts: Nothing against rookie first-rounder DeShaun Watson, but when it comes to the Houston Texans' quarterback competition, the team's top wide receiver is Team Savage. "If anybody should be a judge of quarterbacks, I've played with the most quarterbacks in NFL history throughout my first four years," DeAndre Hopkins said after practice Friday. "So I put the stamp on Savage, and I think that's all that needs to be said about that."
Diehards Line: As ESPN.com's Dan Graziano suggests, it's certainly not all that will be said about the topic before this camp ends. There remains a chance Watson wins the job by the end of camp or during the season, but at the Greenbrier, where the Texans practice, there's a clear depth chart delineation right now. Savage has taken all the first-team reps so far in camp, while Watson has worked exclusively with the second team. Savage is the incumbent, having spent three years with the Texans and starting two games for them last season due to the struggles of Brock Osweiler. Watson, a national champion at Clemson for whom the Texans moved up in the first round this April to draft, may be the more exciting prospect, but Hopkins is a believer that the Texans can win with the guy who was already here. And we know HC Bill O'Brien isn't a fan of playing rookie QBs. So there's that as well.