Even if Houston Texans rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson never plays again, a part of him will always live in the NFL Hall of Fame.
After passing for 4 touchdowns and rushing for another score against the Tennessee Titans last week, Watson autographed his game cleats and sent them to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, O.H.. The cleats are being proudly displayed in the museum.
— Pro Football HOF (@ProFootballHOF) October 9, 2017
Maybe the NFL Hall of Fame needs to make more room for Watson’s cleats. On Sunday night against Kansas City, the former Clemson quarterback tied the NFL rookie record with 5 passing touchdowns.
In five NFL games, four of which he started, Watson has completed 62.1 percent of his passes for 1,072 yards, 12 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. He has also chipped in 2 more scores on the ground. Only Aaron Rodgers has more passing touchdowns than Watson through four weeks.
It kind of makes one wonder what head coach Bill O’Brien and the Texans were thinking starting Tom Savage instead of Watson behind center in Week 1.
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