New Texans QB Deshaun Watson willing to 'learn from veteran guys'

Adjust Comment Print

The feeling for me was that besides Mitch, Deshaun Watson was going to be the next QB for an National Football League team to overreach.

The former five-star recruit and Gainesville (Ga.) native threw for almost 4,600 yards and 41 touchdowns as a junior in 2016 after tossing 35 touchdowns and amassing over 4,100 yards passing in 2015.

The Texans will offer Watson some of the same advantages he had at Clemson. While plenty of words have been used to describe the Texans and Bill O'Brien himself, they always manage to put themselves back in contention, regardless of their quarterback situation. Meanwhile, the Texans went through the Matt Schaub Era and have taken on water at the QB position for years. Watson is a proven victor who led Clemson to a national championship last season and took the Tigers to the national title game the year before.

Deshaun Watson will get his first chance to impress the Texans coaching staff and players in training camp. Getting to play with him again, it's really a blessing. He finished his career third in Atlantic Coast Conference history with 12,094 yards of total offence and threw for 10,163 yards and 90 touchdowns in his career. "When the chips were down he was able to lead his team to victory". I'm going to spoil her for sure. "I don't think anyone can argue with that". Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is also a Clemson alum, giving the Texans the most Tigers on one team in the NFL.

BlackBerry KEYOne up for pre-order in Canada starting May 18
The keyboard also features capacitive touch sensors so that users can simply use swipe gestures to navigate through the interface. The only USA carrier that's been confirmed to be onboard with the KEYone so far is Sprint, who will sell the device this summer.

"We haven't talked, but we have mutual friends". "I actually played nose a majority of the time".

And yes, Watson even had a better completion percentage than Cam Newton when he won the national championship with Auburn.

Shortly after, he said, he got a reply: "Fingers crossed".

Trubisky becomes the fourth UNC player taken as the second overall player in the draft, joining Ken Willard (1965), Lawrence Taylor (1981) and Julius Peppers (2002).