Found January 05, 2013 on Tireball.com:
It seemed like the whole game all wrapped into the one play, yet the moment was so brief. J.J. Watt jumped into the air knocking down an Andy Dalton pass. The ball flew backwards and then the Texans defender shook his finger at the Bengals. Watt is either telling the Bengals not to try that junk again or telling their quarterback his total number of passing yards. H/T BigLeadSports
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