Texans QB Deshaun Watson Out for Year With ACL Tear

Texans QB Deshaun Watson Out for Year With ACL Tear

Watson was injured on the same day that he was named the AFC's Offensive Player of the Month, marking the first time in National Football League history that a rookie quarterback had ever been given that honor. Not only is this a tremendous blow to the Texans' season, but it is also a blow to Watson's fantasy owners as well as the owners of Houston pass-catchers, primarily DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller.

The Clemson head coach then went on to say, "All he did after the injury in 2014 was come back and lead us to the National Championship game twice and of course we won it past year".

At the beginning of the regular season, quarterback Tom Savage was selected to be the starter for opening day against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Head coach Bill O'Brien made a decision to start Deshaun Watson for the second half and bench Savage. That would be the only points the Texans could contribute as they lost to the Jaguars, 29-7. He started the season opener but was benched for Watson by halftime. Hyde leads the league in interceptions with five, and the Bills lead the NFL in takeaways and turnover margin. This is so similar to the 2014 season, his freshman year at Clemson.

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See how Twitter reacted to Watson's torn ACL. He was tied for the league lead with 19 touchdown passes and had gained almost 2,000 total yards (1,699 passing and 269 rushing).

He passed for 402 yards and four touchdowns in the Texans' 41-38 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in a thrilling contest in Week Eight.

Whats next for the Texans? It's a season-ending injury.

However, O'Brien has no concerns over Savage's elevation back into the starting role.