3 Emotional Drake Songs Deshaun Watson Can Quote for Next Cryptic Tweet About Texans

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Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson | Kevork S. Djansezian/Getty Images

Deshaun Watson is (understandably) in his feelings after the Houston Texans traded one of his best friends in top target DeAndre Hopkins. Bill O'Brien seems determined to make Watson as angry as possible until he demands a trade out of H-Town, and the first step of that process is already taking place. Watson's cryptic tweets have made their way around social media, and it's only a matter of time until they get more direct. The first shot, which was a lyric from Drake's Emotionless, hit home for the Texans star. What could be next?

3. Marvin's Room

This one's too easy. Is there a better way for Watson to let his significant other know they're running out of time than to hint at a looming exit? Watson's social media activity has already hinted at a move to New England, and while such a move may seem drastic, O'Brien ought to take it as a sign that things need to change. I'm not crying, you'e crying.

2. Diamonds Dancing

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Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson at Pro Bowl | Mark Brown/Getty Images

"Nah doing me dirty, you doing me dirty/ Haven't even heard from you/ How can you live with yourself/ Haven't even heard from you/ How can you live with yourself/ Ungrateful, ungrateful." That ought to get the point across! Calling O'Brien and the Texans ungrateful is a simple, poignant shot that's true in every sense of the word. They're still paying this man a rookie salary, barely providing an o-line to protect him and taking away his favorite weapon?! Sheesh.

1. Houstatlantavegas

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Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson | Peter G. Aiken/Getty Images

She just stuck in Houstatlantavegas. It's not a cop out, I swear. Hang with me for a minute here. Watson ought to demand a trade to a contending team, which has a chance to win a Super Bowl right away. The former Clemson star is that talented. So, Watson should actually want to steer clear of Houston (duh), the Atlanta Falcons and the Las Vegas Raiders. Boom.