After throwing a pick that led to an Indianapolis Colts touchdown, Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson redeemed himself by finding superstar teammate DeAndre Hopkins for a 35-yard score to put the Texans up 10-7 on Thursday Night Football. And it was pretty amazing just how wide-open D-Hop really was.
Talk about a complete breakdown in coverage. Hopkins didn't have a defender within a five-yard radius of him, with three Colts defensive backs converging on him far too late. Watson was able to capitalize, giving him a touchdown and an interception to go with 116 passing yards in the first half.