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11/07/17 - QB Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans will undergo surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee Wednesday morning, multiple outlets reported. Watson sustained the injury during a non-contact play in practice last Thursday. He will have the procedure performed by Dr. Walter Lowe, the Texans' team doctor, and is expected to make a full recovery within eight to nine months.
11/02/17 - QB Deshaun Watson added a few more honors to his growing resume on Thursday. Watson was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month for October, becoming the first rookie quarterback in NFL history to win the award. He joined Barry Sanders (1989), Edgerrin James (1999), Mike Anderson (2000) and Kareem Hunt (2017) as the only rookies to win the league's player of the month award. Not surprisingly, Watson also was named the AFC Rookie of the Month for October.
11/02/17 - QB Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans tore an ACL during Thursday's practice and is done for the season..
11/01/17 - QB Deshaun Watson threw 16 touchdown passes in the month of October, more than any rookie quarterback in NFL history. He has at least three touchdown passes in four consecutive games.
10/29/17 - QB Deshaun Watson torched the Seattle Seahawks for 402 yards and four touchdowns, but it wasn't enough in Houston's 41-38 loss on Sunday. "He played great," head coach Bill O'Brien said after Watson led the Texans to a 38-34 lead in the final minutes before a Russell Wilson touchdown pass with 21 seconds left rescued the Seahawks. Watson completed 19 of 30 passes and got 224 receiving yards from wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, but he was intercepted twice by Richard Sherman and once by Earl Thomas in the loss Sherman, for one, was impressed with the rookie's performance. "You've got to give him a lot of credit," he said of Watson. "He's going to be a great player in this league."