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Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson took some massive hits in a 19-16 OT win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.


Now, just two days later, he's listed as day-to-day with a chest injury.

Texans head coach Bill O'Brien said that Watson taking all of these hits isn't sustainable going forward. However, the Texans quarterback had some thoughts of his own. 

It's not immediately known whether Watson's chest injury is problematic enough to keep him out this week since he was able to play through whatever ailment he may have been dealing with Sunday.

But it is worth noting that a few sportsbooks have stopped taking bets on the Bills/Texans game this Sunday.

Watson was limited to seven games last season after he tore his ACL in practice on Nov. 3. He has already thrown for just 78 fewer yards in two fewer games this season than he did in all of 2017.

If Watson is unable to go in Week 6 against the Bills, it would be seasoned veteran Brandon Weeden stepping in for the start. If he can go, Watson is a must-start QB1.


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