Texans QB Deshaun Watson Believed to Have Torn ACL in Practice

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Deshaun Watson, the Houston Texans' rookie quarterback, is feared to have suffered a season-ending ligament injury. He started the season opener but was benched for Watson by halftime.

According to NFL Media, Watson went down with a non-contact injury in practice on Thursday and the Texans are reportedly concerned it could end his season.

Watson was coming off the most impressive performance of his young career before suffering the injury.

Photo Deshaun Watson after the Texans' 41-38 loss to the Seahawks in Seattle on Sunday.

In seven games (six starts) for the Texans this season, the rookie quarterback out of Clemson has thrown for 1,699 yards and 19 touchdowns.

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The news comes on the same day Watson was named NFL Offensive Player of the Month, NFL Rookie of the Month, and NFL Offensive Player of the Week.

Watson passed for 1,699 yards over six games and is tied for the National Football League lead in passing touchdowns with 19.

See how Twitter reacted to Watson's torn ACL. He also rushed for 145 yards and a score.

The Texans will have to sign another quarterback to back up Savage.

Watson was the only quarterback with a passer rating above 100.0 in all of his four games in October.