first_img Browns coach Freddie Kitchens says Ravens got away with cheap shot ‘because it’s Odell’ Couple gets married at halftime of Patriots-Bills game with help of Buffalo greats Deshaun Watson’s day is over, but he’s already looking ahead to tomorrow.The Texans quarterback was seen working with quarterbacks coach Quincy Avery on the field at NRG Stadium following Houston’s 16-10 loss to the Panthers. Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald reaches second-most receptions in NFL history Deshaun Watson took this loss to heart and is already making corrections. Hours after the game, he remains at NRG Stadium working with quarterbacks coach Quincy Avery pic.twitter.com/uBR86SKgJ0— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) September 29, 2019While Watson ran for a score, he finished 21-of-33 for 160 yards and a 75.3 passer rating as he was sacked six times. “So like I said, I’ve got to make sure everyone is locked in, and each and every play, we have to take it one play at a time. We can’t look ahead and we can’t look back. We have to take care of that moment. We didn’t do that today. I didn’t do that today and I’m going to make sure the rest of the season we continue to grow from it, learn from this loss and you know, move on and get ready for the Falcons.”Houston (2-2) is slated to host Atlanta (1-3) in Week 5 action. “It’s very frustrating. Any loss is very frustrating, but especially when we had the opportunities,” Watson told reporters after the game. “Defense created turnovers. We didn’t capitalize on most of them. We had a drive where, you know, we didn’t — I didn’t — scan and pick up the blitz. I held the ball too long and I fumbled the ball and things like that. Related Newslast_img

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