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Deshaun Watson is expected to start for the Texans in Week 2

Watson replaced quarterback Tom Savage during halftime against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Houston Texans are expected to stick with rookie Deshaun Watson as their starting quarterback, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. During halftime of the Texans' 29-7 loss against the Jacksonville Jaguars, head coach Bill O'Brien decided to bench quarterback Tom Savage and bring in Watson.
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