Shocking Twist: Deshaun Watson Benched - Rookie's NFL Debut! 


Deshaun Watson was sidelined due to a shoulder injury, leading to rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson making his first NFL start for the Cleveland Browns against the Baltimore Ravens. 

The Browns' offense struggled, and the Ravens secured a comfortable 28-3 victory. 

The exact details of Watson's shoulder injury remain unknown, with speculation that it may have occurred during Week 3 against the Tennessee Titans. 

Initially, there was no indication of the severity of Watson's injury, and he even appeared at practice, "resting his shoulder" without being expected to miss Sunday's game. 

However, as the week progressed, Watson's limited throwing in practice due to shoulder soreness raised concerns, leading to doubts about his availability. 

Despite some last-minute reports suggesting Watson might play, the Browns ultimately chose to rest their starting QB, and Thompson-Robinson's first NFL outing resulted in 121 passing yards and three interceptions, showcasing the challenges of stepping into the role as a rookie. 

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