Houston QB Deshaun Watson out for the season

Tricia Pearson
November 3, 2017

The Houston Texans will be without rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson for the rest of the 2017 National Football League season.

The injury occurred at Texans practice.

According to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the team feared that star rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson suffered a season-ending ACL tear in Thursday's practice.

This sentiment was shared by players across the league, a number of whom took to Twitter to wish Watson well after he went down. A non-contact injury. MRI coming to confirm.

The news comes on the same day Watson was named NFL Offensive Player of the Month, NFL Rookie of the Month, and NFL Offensive Player of the Week.

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Savage is the only other quarterback on the active roster and is expected to resume his role as starter. In seven games, Watson threw for 1,699 yards and 19 touchdowns while running for another 269 yards and two more scores.

Houston is expected to start Tom Savage during Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Watson has been the favorite to win Rookie of the Year since taking over as the team's quarterback halfway through the season opener.

At 3-4, the Texans were still considered by many to be the favorite to capture the wide-open AFC South.

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