Texans: Five reasons why there could be a Deshaun Watson standoff

Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson and head coach Bill O'Brien (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson and head coach Bill O'Brien (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) /
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Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson and former wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) /

Reason #2: The plot is thickening

Unfortunately, two more cryptic tweets from Deshaun Watson’s twitter account come along.

“Don’t deal with the lies and the frauds. That’s why I don’t get involved…Wassup..?”

“Never take advice from a person who don’t love you. you gotta walk light, gotta stay above water..”

I am not entirely sure what it is exactly these tweets are referring to. I am going to try and interpret these, but trust me, I am no expert at this.

For the tweet that talks about lies and frauds, I have no clue who or what he is referring to. I am not entirely sure if the Texans organization, or the dictator Bill O’Brien, lied to him about anything. If they did, they owe him 8,000,000,000 apologies and they must go on their knees and tell him that they love him.

We definitely know that Deshaun Watson is involved with the Houston Texans organization. I mean, come on, he is their quarterback. This tweet leaves me in doubt, but I am unable to find a clear and obvious connection with the Houston Texans like the iconic duo tweet. For all we know, this is just a tweet giving advice and telling people not to deal with frauds and I am looking too deeply into it. Who knows?

For the tweet that discusses never taking advice from the people who love you, it sounds like the Houston Texans could be considered the person. Clearly, the Houston Texans didn’t cherish Hopkins like their gold bar, so maybe Watson is starting to wonder that maybe the Texans don’t love him either?

Or is the person simply Bill O’Brien? Again, I am not the guy for interpretations of cryptic tweets, so don’t start assuming my interpretations are correct. Again, for all we know, maybe Watson is just referring to a person who he barely knows, and this person gave him a bad recommendation for a place to eat. We probably won’t ever get a definitive meaning for these tweets, so all we can do is speculate.

But regardless, these tweets do bring up a concern. If all tweets are referring to the Houston Texans, then this is a HUGE CONCERN. LIKE FRANCHISE CHANGING CONCERN. This would need a solution right away. However, it is clear that before fixing the problem, there needs to be an understanding of where the problem lies.