Deshaun Watson Makes History During Texans vs Bills
Deshaun Watson made history during Texans vs Bills.
Watson, 24, emerged as the big hero of Saturday’s AFC Wild Card showdown.
Thanks to his clutch heroics in overtime, Houston was able to overcome its early-game 16-point deficit to emerge victorious.
In leading his team to its big win, Watson became the only starting quarterback in the last 15 years with a 14-point comeback in both the collegiate and professional ranks.
The former Clemson star led his team back from a 14-point in the National Championship Game against Alabama in 2017.
Will Watson keep his hot streak going and lead the Texans on a big postseason run? Time will tell.
Deshaun Watson is the only starting QB in the last 15 postseasons with a 14-point comeback win in college and the pros.
He led a 14-point comeback win vs Alabama in the 2017 CFP Nat’l Championship game, and a 16-point comeback win today. pic.twitter.com/ODxaubr3wR
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 5, 2020
For now, Houston will keep a close eye on Saturday evening’s big showdown between the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans.
Based on who wins that one, the Texans will find out whether they are playing the No. 1 ranked Baltimore Ravens or No. 2 ranked Kansas City Chiefs in the next round of the playoffs.