J.J. Watt given Pro Bowl honor


It was announced yesterday that Houston Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt will serve as a captain for the upcoming Pro Bowl.

Watt had a good season, not to the standards in which he set for himself, but still garnered Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors for 2013.

The game will take place again in Hawaii, though the format will be different then in past years. NFL Hall of Famer’s Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice will serve as “Team Captains” and will choose players in a live form of a fantasy draft.

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