Nov 17, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt (99) and the defensive line reacts after a play during the fourth quarter against the Oakland Raiders at Reliant Stadium. The Raiders defeated the Texans 28-23. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Texans May Be Terrible, But J.J. Watt Still Is A Stud

Despite all the issues that they are having in Houston, defensive end J.J. Watt is continuing his stellar play on defense. He currently leads the NFL with 30 quarterback hits and 15 tackles for loss. He is one of the most dominant players on the defensive side of the football and is helping the team compete. He still is unable to stop teams on his own. The Oakland Raiders were still able to put up 28 points on the defense despite J.J. Watt’s presence on the defense. Teams are just finding different ways to attack the defense and avoiding J.J. Watt in any way that they can.

If only Watt had some other players around him. Or if he had an offense to help win some games. The Texans were expected to compete at a high level this season, but they have fallen off of the map. There are all kinds of excuses for their downfall, but one player that will keep this team competing in the future is J.J. Watt. Hopefully the guys in Houston can surround him with more playmakers so that he doesn’t go to waste out there.

The fans in Houston are upset with the team and everything that has been happening around there, but one player that they will stand behind is J.J. Watt. How could you not? The man is a BEAST!

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  • Patrick Guerra

    If my Texans continue to suck this bad, I can only hope that they pick up Jadeveon Clowney. Him and JJ on the field at the same time will haunt the f**k out of OCs, RBs, and QBs for years to come.

    • Ernie Padaon

      Holy madness. I didn’t even think of that crazy pairing. Who would play QB then?

      • Patrick Guerra

        Case Keenum of course. Kubiak is done. A new coach will instill a better and less predictable play book which will really help out Keenum.