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Tom Savage: 'You Can't Really Replace Deshaun Watson' After Season-Ending Injury

05 November 2017

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network was the first to report the injury, and it was subsequently confirmed through multiple news media reports.

There's little doubt that Watson would have been the front-runner for Rookie of the Year.

Savage's return under center for the Texans means a downgrade for the fantasy outlooks of DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller, Lamar Miller, and any other skill players on Houston's roster. From the start, the Jaguars controlled the game and by the half were leading 19-0.

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My guess is that McGloin will end up backing up Tom Savage, given the fact that he's more familiar with head coach Bill O'Brien after playing under him at Penn State. With Watson at the helm, the Texans future looked bright, until he tore his ACL and was ruled out for the rest of the season. After the rookie's injury, Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, who's also out for the season due to an injury, chose to send a motivational text to Watson. Watson finished the game going 12 for 23 in pass attempts for 102 yards with one touchdown and one interception. The rest of the season, however, he has been on fire and shown that he is a future National Football League star for years to come.

He passed for 402 yards and four touchdowns in the Texans' 41-38 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in a thrilling contest in Week Eight.

Recovering from a season-ending ankle injury of his own, Beckham penned a lengthy and emotion text to Watson, which was first made public by ESPN's Josina Anderson.

Tom Savage: 'You Can't Really Replace Deshaun Watson' After Season-Ending Injury