Found October 11, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:

During an interview with the media today, Houston Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips was told that a sack was taken away from J.J. Watt from this past Monday night’s game. He’ll instead be credited with a tackle for a loss.
Phillips then asked, “Why didn’t they take away Strahan’s when he set record?”
Phillips is referring to when Strahan broke the NFL’s single season sack record back in 2002. Now sure why Phillips brought Strahan up. Would love to hear what he thinks of Phillips’ career as an NFL head coach.
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