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J.J. WATT RUMORS & GOSSIP

4 reasons J.J. Watt is the NFL MVP and they aren’t what you expect

I know that the NFL MVP is the player who helped their team the most through the year, which I contest that J.J. Watt did that, but there are so many more reasons why Watt is the NFL MVP this year. The NFL has had a rough year with big time issues like Ray Rice punching his fiancé in the face, knocking her out cold. Adrian Peterson has a pending case of child abuse, Ray McDonald...
Via cover32 - Texans
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: J.J. Watt Tackles Elmo in Hilarious Late-Night Skit

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is one of those players you’d like to have a beer (or 10) with. Known as a genuinely good guy, Watt’s personality comes across in droves when he’s on the air. This didn’t change in a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday. Just watch… Yes. That’s the MVP candidate knocking down everyone from Elmo to innocent bystanders...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

J.J Watt Makes Great One-Handed Grab During Pro Bowl Warm Ups

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has dazzled fans with his one-handed receptions during games and during warm ups. He did so yet again during Pro Bowl warm ups, but he was not the only one showing off. Houston Texans defensive lineman and occasional tight end J.J. Watt showed off his ball hawking skills by making a one-handed reception during Pro Bowl warm ups.Well...
Via FatManWriting
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Could JJ Watt Get Fined For This Selfie?

Here’s a quick shot of a selfie that Houston defensive end JJ Watt took with St. Louis defensive end Robert Quinn after the Pro Bowl. #Texans @JJWatt selfie with #Rams @RQuinn94 after #ProBowl #SB49 pic.twitter.com/FNVL7mZNe4 — Emmanuel Lozano (@elozanoAZR) January 26, 2015   We love the goofy expression on Watt’s face, but look where his left hand is. Is that a little Marshawn...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: J.J. Watt With an Interception and Fumble Recovery During the Pro Bowl

If there is one player that fans can count on bringing it for the Pro Bowl it is Houston Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt. The Wisconsin product does not know how to go at any other speed than full steam ahead. During practice for the Pro Bowl he was seen catching some passes and even kicking field goals, but so far his contribution has been all on the defensive side--and what...
Via FatManWriting
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Could J.J. Watt Line up on Offense in Sunday’s Pro Bowl?

We may just see Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt lined up on offense in Sunday’s Pro Bowl. Want some proof? This is Watt catching a pass from Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Kyle Williams. Nice pass for a large guy. We all saw a sampling of Watt’s catching abilities, as evidenced by his three receiving touchdowns during the 2014 season. Watt, who’s trying to work on...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Looks Like J.J. Watt Could Play Some Offense and Special Teams During the Pro Bowl Sunday

This past season one of the most exciting players in the NFL was Houston Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt. While he made offensive coaches sweat when they lined up against him with how the Texans used him on offense as well even defensive coaches had to be worried about him,If some of the stuff he has been doing during the pro bowl practices is any indication it looks like we might...
Via FatManWriting
6 days ago  |  Discuss

J.J. Watt sends gifts to 7-year-old fan who sent jersey

Back in December, brave and bold seven-year-old Anthony Tarantelli sent his own signed jersey to J.J. Watt. Anthony gave Watt his signed jersey so that Watt could have a cool memento when Tarantelli becomes “a famous NFL player.” Watt was so impressed with the kid that he posted the letter and signed jersey to his Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Why J.J. Watt should be the 2014 NFL MVP

What I hate about the NFL MVP award is that there’s no way to judge players against players who don’t share a position. Even if a point guard and power forward do different things in basketball, they accumulate the same stats. They both play offense and defense. Maybe a center fielder does more on defense than a second basemen, but we can quantify that and weigh it against...
Via The Sports Post
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Rodney Harrison: J.J. Watt best player in NFL, should be MVP

J.J. Watt has a huge supporter in Rodney Harrison.     This season’s NFL Most Valuable Player vote figures to be a tight one, with Watt being among a handful of worthy candidates. The Houston Texans defensive end has history working against him — a defensive player hasn’t won the NFL MVP award since Lawrence Taylor in 1986 — but Harrison can’t look past Watt’s dominance...
Via NESN.com
December 30, 2014  |  Discuss
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