He bounced back with an impressive performance, completing 82% of his passes, amassing 263 yards, and throwing two touchdowns in a 27-3 victory over the Tennessee Titans 

In a 26-22 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, he had three turnovers, including a game-deciding fumble and a pick-six on the first snap of the game 

Before the Titans matchup, he had the NFL's highest off-target rate at 27%, which included overthrows and underthrows 

Against the Titans, Watson completed 19 of 21 passes when targeting wide receivers, including a 43-yard touchdown pass to Amari Cooper 

Watson had difficulties with deep passes, with only 2 completions out of 14 attempts for throws of 25 yards or more 

The coach commended Watson for his performance, highlighting his decision-making, playmaking, and outstanding play 

Watson went 700 days without playing a game, sitting out the entire 2021 season and facing an 11-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy

Garrett expressed confidence in the offense's ability to bounce back, emphasizing Watson's continuous improvement and growing chemistry with his teammates 

Watson mentioned that they were working through challenges and finding their stride, acknowledging that every team faces difficulties 

The article cited research from ESPN Stats & Information to provide statistical context for Watson's performance, including completion rates and off-target statistics