It's been a competitive offseason and preseason for the Houston Texans.
With a new scheme on both sides of the ball and lots of roster turnover, questions surrounded the Houston Texans and what their roster would look like.
Finally, we'll have our answer.
Just a season ago at this point there wasn't much surprise with who would start and who would be cut with what had been a pretty locked roster. That wasn't the case in 2014 with battles at quarterback, the offensive line, linebacker and in the secondary.
What has helped with the turnover has been a very talented rookie class that has a chance to go down as the best in history along with the 2006 draft class.
One spot on the roster with a rookie in competition has been the Texans' second-string quarterback. Case Keenum appeared to have a lock on the spot after the Texans traded T.J. Yates, but through the preseason Keenum has done nothing to impress the coaching staff or fans.
The quarterback position is where we'll start with this prediction on the last round of cuts and the 53-man roster going into the season.