Houston quarterback Deshaun Watson took an absolute pummeling in 2018. He was sacked 62 times, played through a cracked rib and collapsed lung, and even had to take a bus to Jacksonville from Houston because the team doctors were worried about his health in the pressurized cabin of an airplane. Watson also dealt with injuries to his receivers all season, sans DeAndre Hopkins until the end of the year, and still ended up being the QB4 last season. After throwing at least one interception in the first six games of the season, he had just one regular season game the rest of the way where he threw an interception. From the start of Week 8, Watson posted a 16:2 TD/INT ratio and had just one game where he completed less than 70-percent of his passes. With another full offseason in the Bill O’Brien offense and entering the preseason healthy, Watson should be able to build upon last year’s success, considering he has his best arsenal of weapons since he entered the National Football...