Since Deshaun Watson was granted league-issued reinstatement and returned to the Cleveland Browns, the NFL football season has been slowly returning. The Browns have been eliminated from contention for the AFC playoffs because the troubled quarterback hasn’t been able to inspire his team in the four games he’s played for them.
Watson claims he will do everything it takes to help the club win the Super Bowl in the future, though he is still determined to do so. Watson declared, “I came to Cleveland to win a Super Bowl. “In any case. As long as we win, it doesn’t matter if we toss the ball five times or forty times, score five touchdowns or don’t score any at all. I just really care about it.
We went to Deshaun Watson’s first home game in Cleveland and asked him to autograph an NDA. pic.twitter.com/i4Fa9zYJsE
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Following complaints of sexual misconduct made by 24 women during massage treatment sessions in Texas, the NFL has banned Watson. Since being returned following an 11-game ban this season, Watson is 2-2 as the starter.
The quarterback has completed 71 of 123 throws for 703 yards while also completing 3 interceptions and 2 touchdown passes. In his 4 starts, Deshaun Watson has been sacked 8 times, losing 35 yards as a result. On 22 attempts, he has gained 100 yards rushing and one touchdown.
The Browns now have a 6-9 record. Many people anticipated them to compete for a berth in the AFC playoffs and perhaps challenge Baltimore and Cincinnati for the AFC North championship this season after. Although the Browns had won three of their last five games, it is already too late as they are now in the last position in the division.