Deshaun Watson continues to amaze fans with his on-field performance, powering the Houston Texans to 33-17 win over the hapless Cleveland Browns yesterday, setting records in the process.

The first-round draft pick put up 225 yards with 3 touchdowns, marking the first time a rookie in the NFL has thrown at least 3 touchdown passes in 3 straight games. Watson has gone so far as to also toss 15 TDs so far this season, which is the most by a rookie in NFL history in only the first 6 games of the season.

Despite the fact that both defensive stard J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus are out for the season, Houston's defense managed to contribute to the victory with 2 Jonathan Joseph interceptions, one of which resulted in an 82 yard return.

Houston evened their record at 3-3 in the AFC South, and now get a week's rest before traveling to Seattle for an October 29th matchup with the Seahwaks.

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Go Texans!