Focus on Houston: Watson or Carr? Who gets their team back in win column?

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Focus on Houston: Watson or Carr? Who gets their team back in win column?
Focus on Houston: Watson or Carr? Who gets their team back in win column?

This Sunday, they'll be alongside each other where the road to redemption forks in Houston. Yes, Deshaun Watson and Derek Carr have more in common right now than you might imagine. Watson threw for 308 yards and a touchdown but also was picked off twice in the fourth quarter, including a tipped pass that was intercepted by the Colts' Darius Leonard with 26 seconds left in Houston's 30-23 loss. Carr had a 119.2 passer rating after completing 22-of-28 passes for 293 yards and a TD, but he also threw an end zone interception and fumbled the ball out of the end zone — giving the Raiders two red zone turnovers for the first time since 2003, according to the AP's Josh Dubow, on their way to a 42-24 loss.

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