Deshaun Watson is a special player. Anyone who watched him during his college days at Clemson knows this. And now NFL fans across the nation are seeing it on Sunday Night Football. Though extremely raw, sometimes the polished gem appears before our eyes and dazzles.
This was certainly the case in the fourth quarter. Down by 13 points, needing to score quickly, Watson gave Houston’s offense the spark it needed. Evading the rush with a magical display of elusiveness and agility, Watson unleashed a strike to Will Fuller, who hauled in the pass for a 48-yard touchdown.
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This is about as perfect as it gets, folks. Fuller didn’t have to break stride. He just had the ball land right in his breadbasket, and Kansas City Chiefs defender Terrance Mitchell couldn’t do a thing about it.
This turned the contest into a one-score game, with the Chiefs leading 26-20.