Category: J.J. Watt

Ryan Tannehill: Dolphins are Relishing the Opportunity to Learn from Prior Mistakes

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

Ryan Tannehill started all 16 games last season as a rookie, leading the Dolphins to a 7-9 record while weathering through an up and down season. The No. 8 overall selection in last year's NFL Draft knows his rookie campaign was a learning process, but vows to learn from his mistakes. ...

J.J. Watt Relishes The Opportunity To “Beat As Many Guys As Possible”

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

With a league-leading 10.5 sacks and a ridiculous 10 passes defensed already, swat master J.J. Watt is a big reason why the Houston Texans are the AFC's top seed thus far. And as a result, the second-year pass-rushing king is probably your midseason Defensive Player of the Year. But the Texans ...

Aaron Rodgers Addresses “Stupid” and “Uninformed” Criticism

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

It was a tough week for Aaron Rodgers, who seemed to take a ton of heat in the media as the 2-3 Green Bay Packers prepared to attempt to recover from a collapse against Indianapolis in a matchup with the unbeaten Texans. Of course, everything changed when Rodgers put up six ...

J.J. Watt On Opposing Quarterbacks: “You Can See Them Getting Frustrated, and That’s Our Goal Every Game”

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

The Houston Texans are 2-0 and their defense is wreaking havoc. The centerpiece of that unit is young J.J. Watt, who has been dominant with three sacks, five passes defended and eight tackles in the two victories. But Watt knows that Miami and Jacksonville are far from elite offensively, and he's ...

Gary Kubiak: Houston Texans Fell Short Sunday But There’s Plenty To Look Forward To

Monday, January 16th, 2012

The Houston Texans weren't able to follow up their first-ever playoff victory with their second on Sunday. Early turnovers  and struggles at the finish doomed them in a 20-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, but the loss further showed that the future is likely bright for the organization. Young running back ...

J.J. Watt Goes From Pride of Small Wisconsin Town to NFL Playoff Hero for Houston Texans

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

J.J. Watt hails from Pewaukee, Wisc., a town of perhaps 12,000 people. After a successful collegiate career at the University of Wisconsin in his backyard, Watt is a rookie adjusting to life down south in the city of Houston. I suppose it's safe to say he's living up to the ...