The league named Watson AFC offensive player of the week following his huge performance in the team's win against the Tennessee Titans Sunday.
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Watson completed 25 of 34 passes for 283 yards, four touchdowns and one interception. He ran for 24 yards and one rushing touchdown.
Watson's five touchdowns tied for the second-most touchdowns scored by a rookie in NFL history. He and Frank Tarkenton are the only rookie quarterbacks in NFL history with at least 250 passing yards, four touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown in a single game.
This is the first time the Texans quarterback has earned player of the week honors and the 39th time a Texans has been named player of the week in the team's history.
LIST OF TEXANS AFC PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARD WINNERS:
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