|13||@Texans||W 27 - 14||12||22||131||6||0||1||1||1||53.4||7||21||3||0|
|14||@Bengals||L 10 - 23||26||42||276||6.6||1||1||2||3||79.1||6||33||5.5||0|
|15||Ravens||W 13 - 3||18||28||161||5.8||1||0||3||21||91.5||6||22||3.7||0|
|16||Saints||L 10 - 17||15||31||135||4.4||0||1||2||10||47.1||3||24||8||1|
|17||@Commanders||W 24 - 10||9||18||169||9.4||3||0||5||14||122.4||8||31||3.9||0|
|18||@Steelers||L 14 - 28||19||29||230||7.9||2||2||7||57||84||6||44||7.3||0||1||0|
Selected by the Houston Texans in the first round (12th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft…Traded to the Cleveland Browns on March 20, 2022.
· Three-time Pro Bowl selection (2018-20).
· Two-time AFC Offensive Player of the Month (October 2017 and October 2019).
· Five-time AFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 4 2017, Week 3 2019, Week 5 2019, Week 13 2019 and Week 11 2020).
· NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month in October 2017.
· FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week in Week 4 2017.
· Named to PFWA's 2017 NFL All-Rookie team.
· Entering 2022, has recorded the highest completion percentage in NFL history (67.8 percent) among all players with at least 1,500 passing attempts.
· Led the NFL in passing yards with 4,823 in 2020.
· Set Texans franchise record with 33 passing touchdowns in 2020.
· Became the first player in NFL history to record consecutive seasons (2018-19) with at least 25 passing touchdowns and five rushing touchdowns.
· First player in NFL history to surpass 10,000 career passing yards and 1,000 career rushing yards in his first 40 games.
· Registered a 121.2 rating during Wild Card win against Buffalo on Jan. 4, 2020, and threw for 388 yards in the Divisional Round at Kansas City the following week.
· Amassed five passing touchdowns three times in a game and did not record an interception in any of those three contests.
· Registered a career-high 426 passing yards against Atlanta on Oct. 6, 2019.
· Went 32-3 as a starter at Clemson, helping the team win the 2016 National Championship. Won the Davey O' Brien Award as the top NCAA QB in 2015 and 2016. Threw for 10,163 yards and 90 touchdowns.
· Four-year starter at Gainesville (Ga.) High School. Set state career records for total offense (17,134) and total touchdowns (218).
· Earned degree in communications from Clemson.
· Launched Deshaun Watson Foundation in 2019, dedicated to education, health, housing and other charitable causes that support families and youth in underserved communities.
· In 2006, at the age of 11, Atlanta Falcons running back Warrick Dunn donated a home to Watson's family through Dunn's charity Homes for the Holidays, in partnership with Habitat for Humanity.
· In 2017, donated his first NFL game check of approximately $27,000 to NRG Stadium cafeteria employees affected by Hurricane Harvey.