Houston Texans QB CJ Stroud was intercepted for the first time today in his NFL career.

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Hailing from Rancho Cucamonga, California, Stroud was a standout high school quarterback with remarkable poise and arm strength. He was a consensus four-star recruit and one of the top quarterbacks in the 2020 recruiting class. His decision to attend Ohio State and be a part of the Buckeyes’ program was met with high expectations.

During his redshirt freshman season, Stroud was thrust into the spotlight as Ohio State’s starting quarterback, following in the footsteps of illustrious predecessors like Dwayne Haskins, Justin Fields, and J.T. Barrett. He faced the immense challenge of filling the shoes of these former stars, and he has shown remarkable composure under the immense pressure.

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Stroud possesses a powerful arm and the ability to make all the throws necessary for a successful quarterback. His pocket presence and football IQ have also been evident in his performances. He demonstrated remarkable accuracy, making him a constant threat in the passing game. His knack for reading defenses and making quick decisions on the field has been a critical asset.