What were Texans QB Deshaun Watson and Colts DC Matt Eberflus talking about after the game?

Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans quarterback, dropped an interesting note in his post-game press on Sunday afternoon.
After the Indianapolis Colts had defeated the Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium 27:20, Watson apparently had a change with Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus.
What was the topic of your discussion? How the Colts defense was able to curb the Texans' offensive and limit them to exactly 20 points in two competitions this season, every two weeks.
"We're playing a team that we only played two weeks ago so we have to find out what they're doing differently," said Watson. “You did a lot of different things differently. I talked to her DC afterwards and told him about it and he said, "Yeah, we had to do that. We had to turn different things upside down."
"Because that defense is a curve but it doesn't break the defense. They play a lot of zone covers and a lot of different things they do - they know exactly what they're going to do but today they wanted to try and mix it up and do different things . "
Watson completed 33 passes on 41 tries for 373 yards and two touchdowns while taking five sacks. The pass rating of 120.8 was possibly good enough to win the game unless receiver Keke Coutee fumbled at the 2-yard line on the way to the game-winning touchdown.
"We just have to get into a rhythm - that's the biggest thing," said Watson. "Sometimes we start quickly, sometimes we don't."
The Texans have a chance to find an early rhythm when they face the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 16 to score on Sunday afternoon at 12:00 PM. CT in the NRG stadium. Whether or not Watson will speak to Bengal's defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo after the game remains to be seen.

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