Deshaun Watson is now in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Kind of. A piece of him has made it to Canton though.
There is a chance that Houston Texans’ rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson will end up in the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day. But let’s not get way ahead of ourselves.
For now, after five NFL games, Watson will have to settle for his game cleats from the Texans’ week four win over the Tennessee Titans being on display at the Hall of Fame in Canton, OH.
Watson threw for 250 yards and four touchdowns while also rushing for a touchdown against the Titans. He’s the first rookie quarterback to do so.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame posted a photo on Twitter of Watson’s cleats. As you can see, he also signed them.
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Even though the Texans were unable to get a win against an undefeated Kansas City Chiefs team this past Sunday night, Watson put on a show as he passed for 261 yards and five touchdowns. He also didn’t throw any interceptions, which is great for a rookie that went up against a very good defense.
After passing a test against the Chiefs in week five, Watson and the Texans will face off against arguably the worst team in the NFL this coming Sunday in the Cleveland Browns.
After throwing for nine touchdowns over the past two weeks, I can’t imagine how many touchdowns Watson will throw against the Browns.
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