Interestingly since early January 2021, quarterback Deshaun Watson played football on Friday night. In three series, he finished one of five passes for seven yards.
Mentor Kevin Stefanski evaluated the exhibition in a post-game public interview.
"I think he most likely needs a few tosses back," Stefanski said. "Clearly, playing football without precedent for some time,
I thought getting out there with his colleagues in this plan, simply hearing an alternate voice in the protective cap, those kind of things was significant.
I'm certain he had the butterflies and a bad case of nerves early. Be that as it may, I think he comprehends there's work to do."
Stefanski said he doesn't completely accept that the show in regards to Watson's off-field issue influences his presentation.
Stefanski likewise made light of the possibility that not playing with different starters was a component.
"They had a lot of players that they don't play either," Stefanski said. "So I don't look a lot into that.
It's simply — you know, it's our most memorable game out there. Furthermore, I figure you could tell. You know,
I think Jacksonville had one game into it. So as far as we might be concerned, just to knock a few rust off and afterward return to work."
Stefanksi remained fittingly balanced about the circumstance with Watson.
"I think this was significant for him to get out there in a game setting, under the lights, with new colleagues and go work," Stefanski said.
"Being perfect wasn't going. Also, regardless of whether it was great, you can't go overboard to that by the same token
So I simply think it was all essential for the movement for him."
Concerning the statement of regret out of the blue gave by Watson before the game, Stefanski appeared to invite it.