It is becoming a weekly tradition for Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson to break down the opposing team's defense after games, and it gives everyone a peak into the mind of an National Football League quarterback. Watson completed 28 of 33 passes for 426 yards and five touchdowns. The Texans also received a huge production from their backfield, most notably from tight end Darren Fells, who notched two touchdowns of his own. In Sunday's game, he wasn't sacked one time. The last - and only - time that has happened in Watson's career?
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The 24-year-old is just the third quarterback in the Super Bowl era with 400 passing yards, five passing touchdowns and a ideal passer rating in a game.
The Atlanta game also marked the first time Watson has had a pressure rate of under 10% of his throws (6.1) in his career. It's just another game in his short resume that proves that he can be one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL.
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Watson wasn't done impressing when the final whistle blew. In the fourth quarter, Watson hit receiver Will Fuller with a TD throw of 44 yards, his third touchdown catch of the game.
Part of the reason for Watson's big performance is that he was not sacked by the Falcons.
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If you have Fuller on your fantasy team, you know he racked up major points - the most by any player in a PPR league since Jamaal Charles in Week 15 in 2013, and the most by a receiver since Terrell Owens in Week 16 in 2000.