Deshaun Watson accounted for 3 of the 4 turnovers dedicated by the Cleveland Browns in Monday evening’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Pittsburgh rapidly jumped out to a 7-0 lead after Watson was intercepted on the primary play of the sport. Late within the fourth quarter, Watson misplaced a fumble that resulted within the go-ahead landing by T.J. Watt.
After Cleveland dropped to 1-1, Watson took duty for his play.
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“Nonetheless coming alongside. I really feel like tonight, it was s—–, so far as that,” Watson stated when requested how he felt he was taking part in two video games into the season.
“So far as my half, it’s not adequate. I put that on me. The primary play, yeah we are able to get into the ways of the receiver operating out and placing the ball out, and this, that and the third. However I bought to present him a greater ball. The compelled fumble for a landing for them, we are able to say this man can do that, however I bought to guard the ball. We’re not going to place it anybody else. You set it on me. I can take the total blame. I can take the criticism. And I’m going to do this.”
Watson was additionally referred to as for two facemask penalties whereas finishing 22 of 40 passes for 235 yards.
“I apologized to the workforce. That’s a 15-yard penalty for us, and it set us again,” Watson stated. “Each occasions was my fault. So far as the face masks and issues like that, I’m stiff-arming similar to everybody else.
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“I bought to do a greater job of hitting them with the palm, I assume. And simply releasing as a lot as I can, so we don’t get these penalties.”
The win for Pittsburgh on “Monday Night time Soccer” was the twentieth consecutive regular-season house win for the Steelers over their AFC North rival.
The Steelers managed to get the win regardless of struggling offensively and being outgained 408 yards to 255 yards by Cleveland.
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“We’re not going to apologize for successful,” Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin stated.
The Browns welcome the Tennessee Titans in Week 3 whereas Pittsburgh will journey to Las Vegas to tackle the Raiders.
The Related Press contributed to this report