Bill O’Brien receives game ball from Deshaun Watson immediately after Texans’ get over Patriots – Chron


By Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle

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  • Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien on the sidelines during the fourth quarter of an NFL game against the New England Patriots at NRG Stadium Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, in Houston. Photo: Godofredo A Vásquez/Staff Photographer

    Houston Texans head mentor Bill O’Brien on the sidelines during the fourth quarter of an NFL video game versus the New England Patriots at NRG Stadium Sunday, Dec. one, 2019, in Houston.

    Houston Texans head coach Invoice O’Brien on the sidelines all through the fourth quarter of an NFL activity versus the New England Patriots at NRG Stadium Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, in Houston.

    Image: Godofredo A Vásquez/Staff members Photographer

Picture: Godofredo A Vásquez/Staff Photographer

Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien on the sidelines throughout the fourth quarter of an NFL video game versus the New England Patriots at NRG Stadium Sunday, Dec. one, 2019, in Houston.

Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien on the sidelines all through the fourth quarter of an NFL activity from the New England Patriots at NRG Stadium Sunday, Dec. one, 2019, in Houston.

Photo: Godofredo A Vásquez/Team Photographer

In an emotional minute, Texans coach Invoice O’Brien was presented with the match ball by quarterback Deshaun Watson pursuing a pivotal get above the New England Patriots.

A previous New England offensive coordinator, O’Brien was -five towards Patriots coach Bill Belichick until eventually Sunday night.

“He stored it short and quiet, but I know on the inside of he was really content to defeat his former group,” Texans protection Justin Reid stated. “You could see he was definitely satisfied about that. It was super amazing. It was a exclusive minute in the locker area for us as a staff. He took it on himself. Deshaun knew how a great deal this match intended to mentor OB.”

Extra Watson: “It truly came from all of us. He was excited. We all type of jumped about. He probably teared up and cried in the back again.”

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