QB Watson: Texans need ‘whole culture shift’

Houston quarterback Deshaun Watson led the NFL with 4,823 passing yards but the 2020 season was dreadful for the Texans, who fired coach and general manager Bill O’Brien after four games and limped to a 4-12 record.One day after the campaign ended with a 41-38 loss to the Tennessee Titans, Watson was blunt in his assessment of the franchise as it searches for a new coach.”We just need a whole culture shift,” Watson said. “We just need new energy. We just need discipline. We need structure. We need a leader so we can follow that leader as players. That’s what we need.”Watson will certainly be able to provide input on openings at coach and general manager with upper management. He indicated he spoke to Texans CEO Cal McNair on Sunday and one of his suggestions was to retain offensive coordinator Tim Kelly.Kelly helped Watson enjoy his best statistical season while being named a Pro Bowler for the third straight year. The yardage was a franchise record, as was Watson’s 33 touchdown passes.”His understanding of defenses, run schemes and concepts and knowledge of the game of football is very bright,” Watson said of Kelly. “He helped me take my game to a new level and play the best football of my career.”

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