Deshaun Watson, who tore his right ACL in practice on Nov. 2, knows he'll be back as quarterback of the Houston Texans next season.

Watson had surgery six days after suffering the injury. He tore his left ACL during his freshman season at Clemson and returned to the field five months later.

"There's no timeline from ACLs," Watson said. "People give you five, six, seven, eight months to come back. It's just whenever we feel it's right. But I know for sure I'll be back next season."

The Texans are 1-6 since Watson went down with Tom Savage and T.J. Yates filling in.