Add another trophy to the growing awards case in Deshaun Watson’s house.
The Houston Texans rookie QB continues to pile up accolades as he rewrites record books, both for the Texans and for the league as a whole.
When Watson found Lamar Miller with a quick flip after a spin-o-rama out of a sack early in the fourth quarter, he became the first rookie quarterback in NFL history to throw at least three TD passes in four straight games.
No. 4 has led the Texans to at least 30 points in five straight games, easily a team record. He ranks among the league leaders in touchdowns and has the Texans among the most consistently potent offenses.
Not bad, rookie…
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