After a five-touchdown performance in the biggest win of Texans history, Deshaun Watson earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors.
But the rookie quarterback has already turned the page to Sunday night's matchup with Kansas City.
"My thoughts on it, it's a cool honor, but I can't settle for it," Watson said. "Can't settle for it. Always have to make sure that, like I said before, improving and trying to be the best player because you're only as good as your next game. So, we have a big test this week with the Kansas City Chiefs and we have to do it over."
In the Texans 57-14 win over the Titans, Watson's five touchdowns tied the all-time NFL rookie record. He also became the first rookie quarterback to throw for four touchdowns and rush for one since Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton in 1961.
"I think it's a great honor, but no, we're definitely focused on Kansas City," head coach Bill O'Brien said. "I think at the end of the day, I think those awards are great. I really do. I think it's a great honor for him to get that as a rookie, but I think the goal of every week is to make sure we're focused on the task at hand."
Through four games, the Texans currently rank third in the NFL in first downs per game (23.3), fourth in in points per game (27.5) and lead the AFC in average Time of Possession (33:52).
The (2-2) Texans will host the (4-0) Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. CT on NBC and SportsRadio 610.
Check out some of the best shots from Wednesday's practice as the Texans prepare for the Kansas City Chiefs.