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0-2, 4th in AFC South
Hopkins vs. OBJ: Who has the edge? (1:26)
Watson 'not worried' about racist comments on Facebook (0:53)

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Texans Quarterback Deshaun Watson, reacted today to the racist comment made on a Facebook post directed at him by a school superintendent 90 miles north of Houston, following his team's week 2 loss at Tennessee.

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1dSarah Barshop

QB Watson: 'Not worried' about racist comments

Deshaun Watson said he's dealt with racism before, so he's "not worried" about comments made about him on Facebook by a school district superintendent.

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

A school superintendent 90 miles north of Houston, posted a racist comment on Facebook directed at QB Deshaun Watson following the Texans loss in week 2 against the Titans, which said "You can't count on a black quarterback." Watson reacted to those comments today.

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School official under review for 'black QBs' note

An East Texas school superintendent who wrote "You can't count on a black quarterback" in reference to the Texans' Deshaun Watson will have his contract discussed in a special meeting by the school board.

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

Texans QB Deshaun Watson said the team will be fine, despite the 0-2 start. "If you're one of the guys, one of the people, one of the fans hitting the panic button, then that's on ya'll. Don't hop on the train later on down the season. There's no point in panicking. I know I'm not going to panic."

4dSarah Barshop

Time runs out on Watson, Texans without FG try

Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson used every bit of the remaining 17 seconds in Sunday's 20-17 loss, completing a pass to DeAndre Hopkins as time ran out. "You can sit back and sit in your seats and say that I needed to throw the ball away," Watson said.

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

The Texans lose 20-17 to the Titans in a game filled with miscues. Deshaun Watson had the chance to lead the Texans on a game-winning drive with a minute left but instead holds the ball so long on the final play of the game that time runs out. Houston falls to 0-2 on the season.

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

The Texans trail the Titans 14-3 going into halftime after the offense got off to another slow start. Deshaun Watson has faced a lot of pressure and has been sacked twice. He got the ball out faster in the second quarter and finished the half 10-of-14 for 120 yards with a touchdown and an interception.

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

The Texans' offensive line is absolutely struggling against the Titans so far. After two drives, Deshaun Watson is 2-of-3 for 7 yards and has been sacked two times. He also fumbled a snap but recovered the ball.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

Multiple Las Vegas sportsbooks reported taking large bets on the Houston Texans on Thursday. The South Point sportsbook said it took $110,000 bet on the Texans, and Johnny Avello, executive director of the Wynn, said he also took a "pretty good sized" bet on the Texans yesterday. "I think everyone in town did," Avello added. Houston, which was as low as -1.5 earlier in the week, is now a 3-point favorite over the Tennessee Titans at most books.

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6dTurron Davenport

Titans' Mariota, Gabbert both set to face Texans

With starter Marcus Mariota listed as questionable, Tennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel expects both Mariota and backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert to play against the Houston Texans on Sunday.

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill O'Brien said WR Will Fuller had a good week of practice. Fuller is recovering from a hamstring injury but is expected to play on Sunday against the Titans.

Team Stats

Passing Yards223.521st
Rushing Yards157.51st
Points For18.526th
Points Against23.519th

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