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Houston defensive end J.J. Watt has been a dominant force for the Texans defense so far this season.
With a league-leading 9-1/2 sacks and 10 passes defended, Watt has clearly made his presence felt among opposing quarterbacks … and his 34 tackles indicate he’s also gotten up close and personal with some of the league’s best running backs.
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And when Watt was mic’d up by NFL Films on Sunday during Houston’s 43-13 beat down of the Ravens, he delivered one of the best trash talk lines of all time to all-pro RB Ray Rice.
After the 5′-8″ Rice took a shot at the 6′-5″ beast, Watt told the diminutive back, “I’ve eaten burritos bigger than you”:
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ESPN brought us this gem at halftime of Monday Night Football last night, during their MNF halftime “Soundtracks” segment, and the complete Sound FX episode airs Wednesday night on NFL network. Perhaps we’ll get to hear more of Watt’s hilarious brand of smack talk.
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The Houston Texans dominated the Baltimore Ravens in just about every category Sunday. That included the trash talk. J.J. Watt's on-field taunts were caught by a microphone Sunday as the Texans dismantled the Ravens 43-13, and the 6-foot-5, 295-pound Watt let 5-foot-8 running back Ray Rice know what he thought of him. "I've eaten burritos bigger than you...
J.J. Watt had a microphone on this past Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens. He lets Ravens running back Ray Rice know, “I have eaten burritos bigger than you.” Watch it here. (Excuse the sound quality) Disclaimer: We do not own this video, we are sharing it for entertainment purposes only.
ESPN has had a recent segment on at half time of the Monday Night Football game that is called “soundtracks” and it is a compilation of some of the best things said by players and coaches who are mic’d up during the games on Sunday.Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has spent a ton of time in the spotlight this year because of his play, and this line will probably end up...
Texans DE J.J. Watt is a high motor guy who leads the league in sacks with 9.5 as he cements his reputation as one of the premier defensive players in the NFL. He’s also quick with the zingers, as evidenced by the line he dropped on Ravens RB Ray Rice this past Sunday. The five-foot-8 and 212 pound Rice gave the six-foot-5 and 295 pound Watt a little extra something after the...
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I’ve never been a fan of an athlete talking junk about an opponent’s family members or personal stuff. But comparing an opponent to food is fair game all day long.
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt had a comical putdown for Ravens Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice.
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During last night’s ESPN sound tracks, there was a part where Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was mic’d up and he told Ravens running back Ray Rice that he’s burritos … Continue reading »
J.J. Watt dishes some tasty trash talk to Ray Rice.
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