I nodded it down, the crowd got up - "yeah we've got somebody who can win it" - and they all just backed off.
It could be a deflection device as well, because nearly every pundit has said that penalty decision was harsh, so while Deeney may have loved his role as straight talker, was he really being completely honest or just having an easy pop at Wenger and Arsenal after his team got lucky?
"Having a bit of cojones, I think the word is".
'Last time I was here I scored a few goals and you get a real buzz but a last-minute victor against Arsenal, it was definitely worth the wait for my goal since I have come back, ' he added.
Poll said: "It just didn't look right to me. That's my strength - if you're going to let me do my strength against you, you're going to have a tough afternoon".
The video begins with Robbie from ArsenalFanTV looking ahead to the game. We have to have more confidence about our game.
Having pegged us back, Watford grew in stature and created chances of their own before Tom Cleverley rammed in the victor.
The video then shows Claude from ArsenalFanTV in full meltdown mode.
Per Mertesacker headed Arsene Wenger's side into a 39th-minute lead from a corner but Troy Deeney equalised from the penalty spot in the 71st minute after Hector Bellerin had bundled over Richarlison.
He had every right to be; Richarlison went down under minimal contact from the Spanish right-back.
It's only October and yet the decision to hand Wenger a two-year contract extension appears a highly questionable one.
I am a bit torn here to be honest, because like most Arsenal fans I think we do lack fight at times. Let us know in the comments section below!