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Take a second to drink in J.J. Watt’s stats from last season. Pretty amazing, right? Guy does it all on the football, right? WRONG. He does it all everywhere. Proof of this after the jump.
From Houston’s 43-13 shellacking of Baltimore. The athletically freakish defensive lineman — check out his combine stats — got into it a bit with everyone’s favorite undersized running back, Ray Rice. Rice, for the record, stands at a relatively diminutive (for a football player) 5’8″ – albeit 5’8″ of brick-solid muscle mass. So it was definitely a truck stop burrito Watt was talking about. [Houston Chron]
Texans LB J.J. Watt Got the Dolphins’ Snap Count From Hard Knocks, Though The Dolphins Probably Would Have Lost Anyway
All’s fair in love and football, and when you subject your shitty team to a program that will make sure their shittines is exposed far and wide, cognisant linebackers might pick up on the things that make your team tick. Then they will use it against you. At least that’s what J.J. Watt is claiming he did to the Dolphins. Read more after the jump.
Early on in the second quarter of tonight’s game between the Houston Texans and the Indianapolis Colts, Texans’ defensive end J.J. Watt got called on a helmet-to-helmet penalty after sacking Dan Orlovsky. Really, though, everyone seemed to be confused because the penalty looked more like a kinda-helmet-to-kinda-helmet hit, if you even want to call it that.