Lamar Miller: Deshaun Watson has swag
Deshaun Watson is the real deal. And the Houston Texans finally have a franchise quarterback of their own.
Houston Texans’ rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson has been playing with a lot of poise and confidence during his young NFL career.
Texans’ running back Lamar Miller seems to love the “swag” that Watson plays with.
From Texans Wire:
"“He just has swag,” Miller said with a smile. “He keeps everybody going, you know, he leads the offense, he commands the huddle and he just makes sure everybody is playing fast and doing their assignment. He’s just moving the ball with them.”"
Despite being a rookie, it looks like Watson’s teammates have a lot of respect for him as a leader and don’t have a problem following him because of the way he carries himself.
No one should be surprised by this given the fact that Watson helped lead the University of Clemson to two straight National Championship games. He’s a high character guy that is a true leader on the field.
As great as it is to see Watson playing so well, I just wonder when he’s going to have a bad game. He’ll have a tough match-up in week five against the Kansas City Chiefs.
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I also don’t think it’s a coincidence that the Texans’ offense has been getting better with each passing week. It’s mostly due to Watson’s play on the field. He makes the offense better. Unfortunately it’s something that veteran quarterback Tom Savage wasn’t able to do.
When it comes to Miller, t was great to see him finally have a great game after struggling the first three weeks. This is another sign that Houston’s offense is getting better each game.
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