QB Joe Webb, Houston Texans

HT: 6-3, WT: 223, Born: 11-14-1986, College: UAB, Drafted: Round 6

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2014 Projections


Latest News

Giants | Joe Webb visiting Big Blue (Tue Dec 1, 06:02 PM) - Free-agent WR Joe Webb (Lions) is visiting the New York Giants Tuesday, Dec. 1.

Our View: The Lions had Webb on their practice squad for about a month earlier this year. The Giants are likely just updating their emergency list here.
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2014 Schedule

1 Washington Redskins
2at Oakland Raiders
3at New York Giants
4 Buffalo Bills
5at Dallas Cowboys
6 Indianapolis Colts
7at Pittsburgh Steelers
8at Tennessee Titans
9 Philadelphia Eagles
Bye week
11at Cleveland Browns
12 Cincinnati Bengals
13 Tennessee Titans
14at Jacksonville Jaguars
15at Indianapolis Colts
16 Baltimore Ravens
17 Jacksonville Jaguars

2013 Game Summaries

Week 4 - Webb saw very little action receiving, and was well covered on his one target, a short slant over the middle. But he did contribute on the blocking for Adrian Peterson’s 60 yard touchdown run. He and fullback Jerome Felton double teamed a defender, helping to open up a huge hole which Peterson ran through on his way to the second level and a score.

Week 6 - The former quarterback saw very little action on Sunday, though he was on the field for 22 of the offense’s 62 snaps. He saw no targets until the fourth quarter, where he also saw the majority of his snaps. Webb has developed into a serviceable receiver but with a crowd of more versatile and consistent weapons in front of him, he’ll be hard pressed to see much work.

Week 11 - Webb saw a little more action with Greg Jennings out, one an 8-yard gain on first down and another a dump pass for one yard on a 3rd and 16. Webb is not a factor in this offense at all.

Week 15 - It’s hard to say whether Webb was actually the intended receiver on his one target or if it was just a hurried—and bad—throw by Matt Cassel. On the play, which took place deep in the red zone during the second quarter, Webb ran a short out into the end zone. Fellow receiver Jerome Simpson was running a screen and the two ended up in basically the same place. The pass was behind Simpson, who reached for it, causing Webb to hesitate and not make much of an attempt to catch a pass which was low and away.