Analysing the 4-1 away victory for David Wagner's side , anchor Jason Mohammad said: “It's amazing to think chaps, Huddersfield hadn't scored since the opening day. Where did that come from?"
Former Manchester United and Coventry City forward Dion Dublin who was also on the show answered, “Energy, just energy. I was not expecting that performance at all if I am honest.
“I was expecting Watford to win that one at home. The way Huddersfield came out and surprised Watford. Put Watford under pressure. Watford had no time on the ball.
" David Wagner on the touchline did not stop ordering his players about.
“He kept saying squeeze, knowing there was not a lot of pace in their forward line. Just very organised and effective in the way he's setting them up."
The Vicarage Road encounter also had a number of contentious talking points, particularly whether Elias Kachunga 's opening goal should have stood or Watford's Troy Deeney sending off.
"The first goal was off-side and Troy Deeney was sent off,” chirped Garth Crooks.
“He did not have to make the tackle, having made the tackle I think it was a yellow but he's gone.
“Two big chunks of luck for Huddersfield, and Huddersfield took full advantage of it, fair play.”
“What that victory for Huddersfield has done is change the landscape of the league.
“Palace of course winning today was unbelievable, and the following from the Huddersfield fans is just sensational.
Attention then turned to Huddersfield Town's incredible support where former Tottenham Hotspur player Crooks ended up making his strange comparsion.
Dion Dublin said:"It's brilliant. That's every seat taken. Huddersfield to Watford is not a half hour, it's a few hours.
“Come rain or shine those fans will be there - at Huddersfield it's an amazing atmosphere.
"To take that kind of following away at Watford where I don't think they were going to be expecting much from that game...."
Then, cutting in, Crooks added: “They remind me of Leeds United fans, similar sort. When they go away they really make their presence felt. For a player it's magnificent."
Crooks then went on to praise Leeds' following stating the club had 'been missed' from the Premier League before Dublin rounded off the discussion by declaring Town's result as the performance of the day.
It's not the first time Crooks has made some bizarre remarks involving Huddersfield Town with the pundit after questioning the boardroom's nous last month.