Deshaun Watson is having about as good of a rookie season as you could imagine. Through 6 weeks Watson has 15 touchdowns and a 101.1 passer rating.
Not only is he tearing it up on the field, but Watson is going above and beyond off it. While partnered with Habitat for Humanity the rookie signal caller has helped furnish 176 homes for families affected by Hurricane Harvey.
For Watson this is his second altruistic act this season. He donated one of his game checks to 3 Texans cafeteria workers after they lost everything in the flood.
Paying it forward, Watson’s family received a home from the charity in 2006. The home, which was donated by former Atlanta Falcons running back Warrick Dunn, moved Watson, his mother, and three sisters out of a cramped apartment in Gainesville, Ga.
— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) October 19, 2017
The Texans couldn’t have hoped for a better start to Watson’s career, as he seems to handling the snaps and his fame like a seasoned vet.
Watson’s contributions to the city come after teammate JJ Watt was able to raise over $30 million towards Harvey relief.