Deshaun Watson continued to show his 2020 brilliance early in Sunday's game against the Colts.
After getting sacked on the first play of the second drive, he scrambled for a pickup of seven yards. On the next play, he eluded trouble, righted himself, and uncorked a 64-yard completion to Keke Coutee. That set Watson and the Texans up with a 1st-and-10 at the Colts' 11-yard line.
On that next play, Watson faked a handoff to David Johnson, and then scampered to the right for an 11-yard scoring run.
The drive was just four plays long, and went 75 yards. It lasted just 2:01.
With 17 rushing touchdowns in his NFL career, Watson moved past Steelers legend and Pro Football Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw for the 9th-most rushing scores in a player's first four NFL seasons.