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Ever wonder why Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt is so effective at batting down passes? The 24-year-old has the benefit of being 6-foot-5, but he also has an incredible vertical leap. In a recent video that was posted on YouTube (via Eye on Football), Watt jumped onto a dresser-type thing that was supposedly 59.5 [...]
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How many 6-foot-5, 290-pound pass rushing monsters do you know that can land a 59.5-inch box jump? Because we can only think of JJ Watt.
Houston Texans defensive stud J.J. Watt may have picked the wrong career.
Watt showed off some serious leg strength in a homemade video, toting a vertical jump of 59.5 inches.
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Houston Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt is an amazing athlete and one hell of a defensive player.
One of reasons Watt is able to dominate at the line of scrimmage, is his ability to knock down passes. In this video courtesy of CBSSports.com, Watt shows some freakish athleticism by leaping onto a five foot box, from a vertical stand still position.
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Houston Texans’ J.J. Watt is an absolute beast on the field, and he definitely has the athletic skills to back it up. Check out this video featuring Watt showing off his leaping ability by landing a perfect 59.5-inch box jump. Just ridiculous.
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Last season, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt took the NFL by storm, winning the AP Defensive Player of the Year Award.
Watt earned the nickname, J.J. “Swat”, because he batted down more balls at the line of scrimmage than any other defensive end in the league.
One of the reasons Watt is so good at batting down balls is because he is a massive human being, standing 6-feet...
J.J. Watt, defensive end for the Houston Texans, is an athletic beast. He stands at 6’5, 288 lbs. and, yet, he can pull off insane feats like this 59.5 inch box jump. Let The Shutdown Corner put things into perspective for you:
In May, Seahawks receiver Justin Veltung became a bit of an Internet sensation for a 56-inch box jump. People were very impressed by that, and it is...
Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt is an extremely powerful man. At 6’5″ 290 lbs he is athletic enough to box jump 59.5 inches from a standing position. The sheer explosiveness that it takes to accomplish this feat is absolutely incredible. Nothing like having him whisper “watch out” at the end of it to scare you even more.
Tweet Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is one of the most feared defenders in the NFL. In just his second NFL season last year, Watt recorded 81 tackles and an impressive 20.5 sacks. Don’t forget about his 16 pat-downs and four forced fumbles either. One of the things that makes Watt such a special [...]
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt recently posted a video of himself demonstrating his freakish athletic ability. Although he weighs in at 288...
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“Watch out,” J.J. Watt‘s coming.
That was the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year’s message after box jumping 59.5 inches earlier this week, and it’s also the message quarterbacks around the league should be taking to heart.
A video of Watt box jumping 55 inches surfaced late in the 2012 season, which raised some eyebrows. Just nine months later, Watt has added...
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Watch out Tim Lincecum, J.J. Watt, Houston Texans, is coming for your nickname, The Freak.
The reigning defensive player of the year, Watt, is one helluva an athlete. Last season, he recorded 23 stuffs, 20.5 sacks, and defended or deflected 16 passes. The 6’5 289-pound defensive end’s ability to correctly read and react to the play before it happened made...
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