Pro Football focus released the all clutch team. Former Clemson star Deshaun Watson has made the list as the most clutch QB in the NFL.
PFF talked about the clutch level that Watson brings to the field.
Watson didn’t skate by on one or two plays here. He was dragged through the fire during the 2019 season, playing more snaps than any quarterback in the NFL in this subset across the regular season and postseason (214) and coming away with the league’s best grade on those plays (88.6). His stat line simply conveys dominance — 66 for 88, 909 yards, eight touchdowns and just one interception. There’s a sense when watching Watson play quarterback that he is going to find a way to pull it out down the stretch, and the numbers bore that out last season.
Will Watson be the same with Deandre Hopkins in Arizona? We will find out this season.