Bill O’Brien on Deshaun Watson: He did some big things

The immediate scouting report after Texans rookie Deshaun Watson’s pro debut? Some good, some bad, according to coach Bill O’Brien.

“He is a smart and distinctive player,” O’Brien told reporters after Houston’s 27-17 loss to the Panthers on Wednesday. “First game out there I thought he did some big things. It is a big jump from college to the NFL. I thought he handled it pretty well. There are probably a couple of things that we could’ve done differently. He could’ve played a little bit better on certain plays, but overall I thought he handled himself pretty well for his first time out.”

A look back at each of Watson’s snaps shows exactly what one would expect from a rookie in terms of errors. Over excited, he overthrew a pair of receivers early and tended to rely on his mobility a bit too much. The reason O’Brien is probably happy? These are mostly the product of nerves. Watson made some professional-grade throws as he eased himself into the game and seemed to look more comfortable with each snap. Some of his escape maneuvers out

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