Deshaun Watson is ready to lead the Cleveland Browns this upcoming season however he has some career statistics that may surprise you
There’s been much anticipation and excitement for the Cleveland Browns fan base as they prepare to watch games this season with new quarterback Deshaun Watson under center.
While Watson has certainly done a lot already in the NFL and initially helped his former team, the Hoston Texans to respectability, there is a myriad of statistics on his resume that may surprise some of you. They are facts that go against what some of the natural perceptions are of this NFL superstar.
We’ll look at 10 of these statistics that could have some bearing on his success here in Cleveland now. While some of this hype for a player that sat out all of last season is legitimate and will likely showcase itself on the field this season, there are some concerns with a few of these stats that may have you a bit concerned. See what you think.
Deshaun Watson surprising stat No. 10: He has a 7-14 record when throwing over 300 yards
This statistic really shocked me but it’s true. While he’s had more 300-yard games than the previous Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield, who had 10 and a 5-5 record, Watson’s record is really bad in such games.
So, Browns fans, cheer for Watson to have a well-rounded game on Sundays. Sprinkle in a few runs by the quarterback and have him handoff to his all-star backfield of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt and the team will win games.