Texans Fear Deshaun Watson Tore His ACL
- Author: Regina Holmes Nov 03, 2017,
Nov 03, 2017, 0:51
The injury occurred mid-practice and was a non-contact play.
Awful news out of Houston practice today as Houston Texans rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson has suffered a torn ACL and MCL according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. The wording from Rapoport leaves open the smallest window for optimism, but if the Texans' worries are confirmed, Watson would surely be out for the year. The team only listed Watson as limited after the practice session.
The injury comes less than a week after Watson's best game of his young season.
Overall on the season, he has passed for 1,699 yards, 19 touchdowns and eight interceptions.
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The Houston Texans will be without rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson for the rest of the 2017 National Football League season.
The performance helped make him the first rookie quarterback to ever win AFC Offensive Player of the Month honors on Thursday.
The rookie QB played with a torn ACL his freshman year at Clemson, but this injury appears to be beyond that.
The Texans will have to sign another quarterback to back up Savage. He has also added 269 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns. Watson left the game twice, including an early trip to the locker room at the end of the first half, but returned each time.