Houston Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt has taken the NFL by storm so far in his career as an absolute beast who’s always getting after quarterbacks and manhandling offensive linemen.
Watt has made himself very likable off the field, having his own foundation and “proposed” to a six-year old fan with a ring pop. Watt has earned tremendous respect on and off the field. He took the time to sit down with Rolling Stone Magazine to discuss multiple topics, and it should give plenty of Texans fans excitement over the season.
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One of the things Watt talked about was the new coaching staff, where he said that “As a leader, the players look to me to buy into the new system and I think we’ve done a great job of buying in.” He also said, regarding Jadeveon Clowney, that he is teaching him “how to come in and go about (his) their business, get in the playbook, listen to the coaches, and take care of (his) their bodies.”
Watt also said that he “enjoys all the nicknames” he receives, such as the Milk Man and J.J. Swatt.
We highly suggest that you read this interview, it displays his excellent character more, while he also offers hindsight on the new-look Texans and rookies.
Watt’s tremendous interview gives him an A+ grade.