Former Houston Texans lineman David Quessenberry scored a touchdown as he continues to add to his remarkable story in the NFL.
Sometimes it is OK to cheer when a rival team has a player who does something great, and for Houston Texans fans Week 2 is that day.
Former Texans offensive lineman David Quessenberry is a current member of the Tennessee Titans, and in their Week 2 game on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts he did something all linemen dream of … caught a touchdown pass, as Marcus Mariota found him in a goal line situation in the second quarter.
Quessenberry — who played two games for the Texans in 2017 — is a former sixth-round pick by the Texans, and more than that, he’s a cancer survivor. He was, and continues to be, a great inspiration to not only Texans fans, but all football fans for all that he’s gone through to both stay in the NFL and to beat non-Hodgkins T Lymphoblastic lymphoma.
As for the touchdown catch on Sunday, here is the video as provided by the official NFL.com Twitter account:
That is such a great play to see, and if you remember, his head coach Mike Vrabel — also a former defensive coordinator of the Texans — was on New England Patriots teams that did similar plays, as the Texans did too with J.J. Watt.
Congratulations to Quessenberry on the touchdown catch and for continuing to achieve his goals in the NFL.