Deshaun Watson posts interesting tweet following Nick Caserio news

Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports /
Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports /

Deshaun Watson had an interesting tweet around time of Nick Caserio news.

Deshaun Watson is the on-the-field leader of the Houston Texans, and he’s the face of the franchise, as he just finished his fourth season under center since being a first round pick.

Watson has invested a lot of time with the Houston Texans, and now after four seasons the Texans are making changes in the front office, starting with the franchise hiring Nick Caserio as the new General Manager. Caserio — like former head coach and general manager Bill O’Brien — comes from the New England Patriots.

Also in the front office currently is Jack Easterby — the executive vice president of team development and sort of a right-hand man for owner Cal McNair — who is also from New England.

This signing means the Texans aren’t finished in trying to become the “Patriots 2.0,” but to be honest if that is the case I hate to tell the Texans this, but there is no such thing as the “Patriots 2.0” unless Bill Belichick rebuilds the New England franchise once again, and finds the next Tom Brady.

That backstory brings us to the late night tweet from Deshaun Watson — posted an hour or two after the news of Caserio and the Houston Texans broke. Either Watson was tweeting about something different and this was just a coincidence or Watson was letting his feelings be known in a single sentence with the following words from his Twitter account:

“some things never change….”

This could be a problem for the Houston Texans because if this means Deshaun Watson is upset there could be problems ahead for the relationship between both Watson and the front office of the Texans.

Deshaun Watson just had his best season to date finishing the 2020 season as the NFL passing leader with 4,823 yards in the air, plus 33 passing touchdowns (a new team record for a season), with just seven interceptions and a QBR of 71.0, which was 12th in the NFL via ESPN.

Deshaun Watson finished ’20 by playing in all 16 games as he was sacked 49 times which was the second most for a season in his career. Watson also ended the season at 382-of-544, completing 70.2 percent of his passes (a new personal best), averaging 8.9 yards per completion. Watson also rushed the football 90 times for 444 yards with three rushing scores.

At quarterback, Deshaun Watson averaged 4.9 yards per rush, had a best run of 16 yards, plus he raced for 31 first downs, and had four fumbles.

This was an outstanding season had by Watson, but now what is important is the fact that the face of the franchise and the franchise quarterback is happy and can work with the new front office and head coach that have been and will eventually be chosen.

Nobody wants to see Deshaun Watson unhappy, and Houston Texans fans want Watson as the quarterback. Watson is one of the very best quarterbacks in all of the NFL, and hopefully the tweet has nothing to do with football.

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This is all just a guess, but the tweet did came around just a couple hours after Adam Schefter of ESPN tweeted about the hiring, and was also retweeted by the NFL Insider. The Houston Texans and Deshaun Watson have to be having some discussions about the future of the franchise, and hopefully all parties eventually get on the same page moving ahead.