According to Dan Gartland of Sports Illustrated, as first reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, Houston Texans Deshaun Watson's rookie season has come to an sudden end after the quarterback tore his ACL in practice.
He also was named the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Month of October.
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. missed most of training camp, the preseason and then the first four games of his rookie season because of a hamstring injury. But, he is a person who has had some setbacks in his life, and always comes back stronger.
"All he did after the injury in 2014 was come back and lead us to the national championship game twice and of course we won it a year ago". Then, in the blink of an eye, an ACL injury derailed his campaign on a non-contact play Thursday that sent ripples across the league.
Watson has been outstanding since taking over as the Texans starter in Week Two, and has played in six games, winning three and throwing for 1597 yards, completing 18 touchdown passes and running in two more. The rest of the season, however, he has been on fire and shown that he is a future National Football League star for years to come. All he did after the injury in 2014 was come back and lead us to the National Championship game twice and of course we won it past year. "He started all 30 games the last two years here", Swinney said.
In conclusion, Swinney said, "I have not doubt he will come back from this". He has the resolve.