J.J. Watt

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Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-31T20:27:14
Well, he wasn't dressed up at all, so I think it would have been a casual meal.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-31T19:39:20
In the pic it's just him so idk. Wonder if any family is in town for the game Sunday? His Mom was pictured at the Titans game with a fan.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-31T19:32:06
Wonder who he went to dinner with.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-31T19:07:38
There was also a tweet & photo of JJ's neighborhood earlier with a sign that said "resident's only".
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-31T18:17:14
Saw that, he was/is at dinner there is a blurry photo that a girl posted of him.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-31T18:06:11
Someone tweeted about going to JJ's house to trick or treat but he wasn't there. Apparently someone left him a letter and the Holy Bible at his doorstep lol.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-31T16:46:48
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Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-31T04:46:07
I hope he gives out candy and people take lots of pictures!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-30T19:44:01
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JSMu0ozIIr4 love the outtakes, so funny!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-30T19:42:49
Wow that Halloween costume he just retweeted is really cool!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-30T15:32:05
What happened to the lady who wanted JJ to be her date to the military ball during bye week? Did he ever answer? I haven't heard about it since she was on local Houston news to get his attention for the invite. It's in California IIRC.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-30T12:58:04
Most likely, he did last year.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-30T12:57:08
Wonder if he'll give out candy at his house tomorrow night? I read that he has in the past & he bought be full size candy bars for the kids not the bite sized ones
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-30T12:04:57
No, he didn't go to a hockey with DCC during his bye week. He went home during his bye week last year.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-30T11:09:49
did he really go to that hockey game in Dallas with DCC during bye week? maybe he's looking for the new offseason girl right now lol..
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-30T10:24:29
He normally goes home for the off weekend. I'm curious to see if he might go to that military ball with that girl that asked him.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-30T09:53:13
They play on Sunday then they have an off week. Does JJ usually go somewhere for his off week or will he just stay in houston?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-30T08:24:10
He is just be careful is all. I don't blame him for being leary of the gold diggers.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-30T07:46:48
He shouldn't limit himself to only girls his friends set him up with because they have proven to not keep away the ones using him for fame like he hoped for. Not every nonfamous girl will be after his fame and money
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-30T03:54:24
On a twitter Q & A awhile back he was asked if he would date an average girl who wasn't famous. He said that fame is irrelevant & morals & values mean eveything. Very nice to hear this! He seems very mature for a 25 yr old guy! So this tells me he wants a lady that is classy & that respects herself.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-30T00:52:26
He's said a few times that he's mostly worries about who wants him for him. I don't believe he's only relied on setups (esp since they haven't worked out thus far), I think if he meets a girl and she's genuine, he'd go out with her.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-30T00:29:33
That's what I read in an article. But it doesn't seem like he dates much anyway & it doesn't sound like dating is high on his priorities. He usually says he's all about football right now
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T20:28:54
does jj only go out with girls that his friends or family sets him up with?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-29T18:28:14
I think he should show the guns too. That Dan Patrick needs to hear from us woman fans. He asked him why he was alwsys showing the guns. So now JJ has sleeves.. :(
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T17:35:48
What's up with him wearing sleeves to the press conference today? I like seeing his guns!!
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T17:23:38
I honestly don't know. I think he would probably not go out of his way to hide her but not just parade her all over his social media. And when people/media find out he won't hide it.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T16:11:47
Do you all think when he finds the right girl & is in a serious relationship he'll try to hide it? I kinda doubt he would go out of his way to hide her. I'd say he'd want a girlfriend to help out with his charity events
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-29T16:10:15
We talked her to death Vet, that is basically, why no one wants to.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T16:08:34
It wasn't serious. They hung out a few times. He went to her birthday party in Chicago. Pretty much it. He made sure any evidence of it was hidden.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T15:53:21
Doesn't sound like it was serious at all & she obviously didn't steal his heart.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T15:38:20
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Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T15:35:37
What's her name tho?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T15:22:03
DCC was a cheerleader whom JJ had a brief fling with this off season. I don't know why people have a problem with talking about her.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-29T14:08:43
Vet, just scroll down to find the name of the DCC. Honestly, she is in the past, we have talked about here way too much on here.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T13:29:42
Who was the DCC?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-29T12:31:50
i can wait for him to get hitched not that I have hopes that I will get my chance but cause I always feel guilty for drooling over married men.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T12:11:21
I can see him with a school teacher or maybe a nurse. I think he'll just want a down to earth girl who likes the simple life. I really want him to find a nice girl who loves him for him. He seems like a genuine, decent, good guy
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-29T12:04:41
That's true. In a serious relationship I don't think he will hide that person but just wont post their personal business all over social media like some couples. His whatever with DCC was more a fling than a serious relationship so I think that's why he wanted to keep that a secret.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T12:02:29
No. Sydney is the soccer chick. DCC is a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-29T11:57:50
This might be a stupid question but dcc is that the soccer chick
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-29T11:05:17
There is a difference between secrecy and privacy in a relationship. You can still be private, but not hide the person like they're some dirty little secret. Hopefully when he finds the "one" he'll understand that. Especially since with DCC he tried to keep her under lock and key.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T10:05:45
I don't doubt that it would be possible but I don't see any reason why he would. I completely get the privacy but come on.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T10:05:17
I think he'll be very picky about the girl he marries. What about you all? He seems to have great morals & values so I think he'll want a potential gf/wife to have the same. Also he loves giving back to the community so I think he'll want a lady who enjoys that also.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-29T09:59:31
Considering how quiet and private he is, I wouldn't be surprised if one day he announces he got married to a long term girlfriend no one knew about lol. I wonder if he could pull that off or would it be impossible to keep a gf a secret
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T08:44:40
I kinda doubt a wife & child is in his immediate future since he doesn't have a girlfriend yet. But he'll be a great husband & father someday
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-29T05:53:18
On one of the delivery videos on the news they said he looked so natural holding the kid and asked if a wife and kids were in his immediate future. He said who knows. Lol
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T20:56:01
Ugh he knows exactly what he is doing when he posts pictures with kids lol.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-28T20:37:48
Yep that picture! There goes my ovaries! You can see on his face how much he loves kids. I think he's said that when he retires he'd like to coach high school football. What a great guy for young boys to look up to!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-28T19:46:23
Lol he posted the pic of him and the little one on all of his social media accounts. He knows what he's doing, the bastard.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T19:10:47
Holy cow, that picture of JJ with the baby is amazing, I think my heart (and ovaries) just burst! What a great guy he is
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T18:54:36
My best friend is married to a firefighter. She also has three boys. Exceptional boys, I might add! Sacrifices are huge, but worth every bit if it. Their Dad is the reason those boys are the way they are today, along with their mom. He should be commended for his service. That job, is no walk in the park. :)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T17:51:33
That sucks for the kids but I think Connie did a great job with her boys.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-28T17:09:36
I think I read somewhere that sometimes they would have to go down to the station on some holidays to spend time with their dad.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T16:52:40
Yes fire fighters spend a ton of time working, I dated one and it was no fun at all.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-28T15:53:33
I get the sense that the nature of their dads job meant that a lot of the daily tasks of raising them was their moms job. Their grandpa was also heavily involved.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-28T15:22:54
*didnt mean to write "mommy" .... That sounds condescending :(
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-28T15:19:46
I've only been following JJ for a while ever since I heard that he googled what what do rich people buy, and I've looked up him and his brothers and I find it kind of interesting that that their always talking about their mom and how much their mommy supported them and how much their mom has done for them but they don't really mention their dad. They wish him happy Father's Day and congratulated him on his retirement from the firehouse but that's it.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T15:10:05
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-28T14:37:45
I think JJ would be very romantic because he is so sweet and thoughtful. Like how he took his mom to LA for mother's day weekend. He would do really sweet things like that for his gf/wife.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T14:15:52
Is he doing this pizza delivery thing all day? He has a ton of cameras following him everywhere
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-28T13:30:56
I'd say he could be romantic if he found the right girl. He seems like a sweetheart
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-28T13:02:57
is jj a hopeless romantic?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T12:06:30
This spring/ summer he watched the Rocky videos.I think I read he really is not into video games, not for sure.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T11:36:00
Probably watches more football or thinks about football lol. He tweets a lot about watching other sports so that's one thing he does on his free time.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-28T11:23:30
He says he's either at the stadium or his house. Wonder what he does when he's hanging out at home? Does he read, watch movies, play video games? Anybody ever heard him say?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-28T11:17:12
I love JJ Watt and Am a big fan of our Awesome Texans. That is my man (: I route for him every game He would love me as a girlfriendcause baby all of his needs would be fulfilled.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-28T11:02:50
I'd like JJ to deliver something to me but I don't need pizza....you know what I'm sayin! *wink wink
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T11:02:24
just go to tumblr and search jj watt then filter recent photos
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-28T09:40:11
look up f**ck yeah tumblr for jj watt and it has a whole bunch of pics. I would post the link but it wouldn't let me post the f word
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-28T09:31:14
Oh well we can just let JJ stay. I believe it's about time to surrender the Alamo (Houston) and retreat 200 miles north to a city that has a professional football team. If Obama continues to have his way by not protecting our borders then soccer will soon be the primary sport here anyway.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T09:10:12
He's apparently doing it right now.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-28T09:01:12
It's not all that hard to be a star on a team with absolutely no talent. This city (Houston) is too desperate for a hero. I've lived here all my life and this city was the same way with the sorry ass Oilers
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-28T08:51:35
I heard a radio interview with him and swore they were interviewing a punk high school basketball player. Even the parts that I could understand were mumbled and slurred. I thought someone had to reach a certain level of education to be allowed to play in the NFL. He does speak ghetto fluently though.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T06:55:04
Wonder what time JJ will be delivering pizzas? Hope we get tons of new pics!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-28T05:13:27
It'll be a Party in Cleveland thats for sure.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-28T03:56:15
The gates to let you in the stadium open 1 1/2 hrs before game time. Parking lots let you in for tailgating 4 hrs before game time. Bud Plaza is open to listen to Pregame show, band, etc. - check the Texans web site for details
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T22:31:40
Usually you can get into a stadium 2-3 hours before game time. You might want to check the teams website for info. Am I the only one who watches JJ's post game interviews to just stare at his face & arms? What a handsome guy!
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T22:06:08
This is like political debate, mud slinging on here...over a selfie comment. Yikes.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-27T22:00:43
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T21:56:07
Serious question.. the Cleveland game will be my first NFL game ever. how early can you usually get in? and is that usually early enough to see the players warm up????
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T21:51:42
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T21:50:17
What's that now? Right a picture cause you can not articulate any of your so called "points" that have nothing to do with what was said and doesn't respond to any real points being made. But nice effort of trying to deflect your lack of a single intelligent response. Maybe you should be spending your free time reading some books instead of running from online debates that you start.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T21:45:20
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T21:31:06
And to refer to your babbling about JJ being cocky, and he was still pumped as if you're in his mind, and I'm "concerned about you" as "points" is really a stretch and describes your frame of mind.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T21:25:17

Reply-to:Get it together and take it down a few notches.Nope.I replied to a couple of different threads in one statement, if it doesnt apply to something you said then it wasnt meant for you. One can make several points in one statement. i will try to keep it a little simpler for you next time though.

Oh, so now you know how to reply to a message, instead of the whole copying it after a different comment? Glad, you caught up. You used my message in your babbling, I responded. Can't make it any more simple for you.

Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T21:16:17
Get it together and take it down a few notches.


I replied to a couple of different threads in one statement, if it doesnt apply to something you said then it wasnt meant for you. One can make several points in one statement. i will try to keep it a little simpler for you next time though.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T20:58:18
Yeah, it was a pretty good game.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T20:54:53
Also, the Cowboys lost to the Redskins. Let that sink in. Couldn't be happier.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T20:52:04
We're still talking about this. Let's agree to disagree. How about that?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T20:43:38

Reply-to:It seems like a person or people on here are trying to say that JJ isnt as good of person as he lets on or am I reading wrong? Other than this selfie story, I havent heard any negative stories about JJ. Everyone close to him says hes a hard worker, humble, charitable, & kind. Hes said himself hes a monster on the field. But off the field he seems big hearted & sweet

No one has said that JJ is not a good person except that one rookie. Some people on here can't fathom the thought others can see where maybe he was wrong about something. That doesn't mean that they all the sudden hate him. They want to say that people need to stop being sensitive about JJ calling out a rook for a harmless thing, yet theyre on here crying and trying to get at anyone who says one thing that they can't handle hearing.  

Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T20:38:19
Reply-to:you know the thing is the reporter asked him why he did it and he answered the question, he didnt go out of his way to insult the guy. He was still pumped up from the game. He is allowed to have an opinion and voice it, why do some people hold everyone to thier own standards. smh he found it unprofessional to be on social media right before a football game and he let that be known. he is arrogant and cocky when hes at work as are alot of athletes.Youre getting your feelings too hurt on this. It just happened like a second ago, ofcourse people are still talking about it. Maybe you should, get over it and grow upaww well my feeling arent hurt at all im just bored and this is how i fill my time when im not blogging but thanks fore your concern. oh and just because people meet him im but that hardly means they know the real him.
Ok, you put the reply to a different message,. That was a response to the JJ is a good guy, get over it comment. Keep it on point here. He did a lot more than answer a reporters question. Still pumped after the game, riiight, cause you were in his mind. Was he still pumped during the interview today too? Just because some ppl say that they didn't like how he handled the situation does not mean they're holding him to their own personal standards. It's just what they think. I'm not concerned about how you spend your free time one cause I don't know you and two cause im obviously spending my free time on here too, duh. And I didn't say anything about ppl meeting him. Get it together and take it down a few notches.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T20:01:48
Has JJ delivered pizzas yet? His foundation and Papa Johns tweeted that he was going to hit the streets with them tomorrow. Houston ladies, order some pizza ;)
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T20:01:42
It seems like a person or people on here are trying to say that JJ isn't as good of person as he lets on or am I reading wrong? Other than this selfie story, I haven't heard any negative stories about JJ. Everyone close to him says he's a hard worker, humble, charitable, & kind. He's said himself he's a monster on the field. But off the field he seems big hearted & sweet
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T19:58:16
Wait what do you mean you hope red wins? Whats that are they plain something?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-27T19:42:53
I would for surely date him I love me some jj watts 😘☺️
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T19:36:24
i hope the reds win!!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T19:34:18
you know the thing is the reporter asked him why he did it and he answered the question, he didnt go out of his way to insult the guy. He was still pumped up from the game. He is allowed to have an opinion and voice it, why do some people hold everyone to thier own standards. smh  he found it unprofessional to be on social media right before a football game and he let that be known. he is arrogant and cocky when hes at work as are alot of athletes.

You're getting your feelings too hurt on this. It just happened like a second ago, ofcourse people are still talking about it. Maybe you should, "get over it and grow up"

aww well my feeling arent hurt at all im just bored and this is how i fill my time when im not blogging but thanks fore your concern. 

oh and just because people meet him im but that hardly means they know the real him.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T19:01:03
JJ is an entertaining guy, I love his commercials and when ever he shows up in the League. He isn't the greatest actor but as I said before thats what the Mute Button is for ;)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T18:31:14
And the cowgirls suck
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T18:29:14
I find it is interesting the poster went off as if talking directly to JJ. Stupid.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-27T18:24:20
I wonder if he wore that brace on the other arm bc he got hurt on that one play in the Steelers game.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T18:13:24
How come I can't hear the dan patrick interview when I click the link? The volume is all the way up and my speakers are on~?~
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-27T18:11:49
Some people are so damn sensitive grow a pair & move on!!! Its not that serious most football players make fun of each other its no big deal!!!! Some of you act like he pulled a ray rice on someone.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T17:48:55
I have to admit that I do truly believe that JJ is a gods gift to women on earth.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T17:47:19
they suck ;)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T17:24:08
This again? Let's not have a repeat of yesterday again. Hmm... How bout them Cowboys lol.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T17:02:35
If you don't like men full of themselves with gigantic egos, a little cocky with that attitude that they are gods gift to the athletic community and women around the world then perhaps you should follow the interesting world of ping pong. ;)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T16:59:06
Although I thought JJ's sack celebration was funny he shouldn't of opened his mouth about it not being high school. I mean he did wear that letterman once and they got a brutal welcoming by the Pats.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T16:45:54
Oh Jack Jass... Jelly means jealous. Well, some folks just don't know that.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T16:42:25
Umm... u don't have to sign up here. The smug look you see is a football player getting ready for a game. What a joke. That rook seems a little jelly of jj. Lol
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T16:18:27
this is getting better and better. lol
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T16:13:19
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T16:12:50
To spend the time to find JJ forums, sign up so you can comment only to spew irrational, negative things shows precisely how pathetic some puerile are and the term keyboard courage is real. Wouldn't dare say that to his face. Must be hard for the haters to deal with all that salt.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T16:09:40
Trolls. We love JJ here. Sorry.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-27T15:59:42
Cant stand when they show him walking into the dressing room. Friggin' SMUG look on his face like he is something. Then telling the Titans QB welcome to the show. The show is the Super Bowl Jack Jass!! You don't and never will know that either you overated girl in a boys body.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-27T15:52:31
Seeing his SMUG face walking into the dressing room drives me nuts. he is a girl in a boys body. Don't mention the word SHOW until you ever get there. You suck JJ. Soooo overated!!!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T14:29:43
Plenty of people have met him out and about, to the point where he can barely go out anymore and spends most of his time at home.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T14:26:00

Reply-to:as long as he keeps kicking butt on the field who cares, no one ever really knows someone personally unless you are family or close friends. He gives back to his community and is one heck of a football player get over it and grow up.

You're getting your feelings too hurt on this. It just happened like a second ago, ofcourse people are still talking about it. Maybe you should, "get over it and grow up"

Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-27T13:53:46
I hear & see about him meeting fans at charity events but I don't really see much about fans meeting him at random places. Have fans met him just out shopping or maybe at a restaurant? I know he's said he's kinda a homebody but I would think he gets out sometimes. Have any of you met him?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T12:50:10
as long as he keeps kicking butt on the field who cares, no one ever really knows someone personally unless you are family or close friends. He gives back to his community and is one heck of a football player get over it and grow up.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T12:28:23
Money and fame changes a lot of people so I wouldn't be too surprised but hopefully he doesn't change. Texans play the Titans again next month so I don't see this drama calming down soon unfortunately.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T09:56:52
I would be surprised if the contract/money changes him. He's still working hard after signing it.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T09:44:21
To me it seemed like his PR person said, hey you need to go back and say this... I like the him we get to see and the good things in the community. It will be interesting now that he has his long term contract how much of the unedited version of him we see. It will be interesting to see if this is just the first example of it.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T09:32:42
Just listened to the show, and JJ said that he saw the selfies all throughout the week and the one before the game and used it as motivation. I don't think it explains why he was condescending, but I don't care, I'm happy he cleaned it up and got what he was trying to say across. He also talked about the verizon commercial. It was a good interview.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-27T09:07:59
JJ is a great guy. He works extremely hard, he's great to the fans, & he does a lot of charity work, so any little mistake or mishap will get blown out of proportion. A couple of weeks ago Gronkowski said all the linemen on the Patriots had a good game & should get laid. The media didn't bat an eyelash because they expect immature & stupid behavior from him. But when guys like JJ or Tebow make a mistake the media has a field day!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T08:55:32
As Watt fans, we don't want to speak ill of him, but in my opinion this has nothing to do with everyone having such high expectations of him and that he is a known good guy. It has everything to do with the fact that he was kind of being a douche. His anger, his tone, the words he chose to use in that presser explains it all. He said that he knew that zach m was taking selfies, and that he got made because he takes the game seriously. Here's the problem with that, this was the guys first start. Anyone would take a picture on the field of their first game and post it on social media to celebrate. This is not being blown up, its that JJ decided to call someone out for a normal thing, take anger with it, punish him for it, and put a damper on the kid's first start. The way Jj described it made it come across as planned. It's not up to JJ to say how serious someone is taking their first start, and it's not up to him to decide how it should be celebrated. That's why people are mad about it. He's not naive he knows that sack celebrations are talked about and he knows that calling people out, especially rookies, really gets talked about and he still chose to do it. Anywho, I'm sure he will clear this all up soon and all will be well.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T07:33:05
That's what happens, when you are such a nice guy. People expect that out of other players. He has such a stellar reputation, that when there is one mishap, it gets blown out of proportion. I was disappointed, but now I kinda feel bad for him. It will all pass over soon.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-27T07:20:41
When is the Dan Patrick show? The hate just keeps getting worse on Twitter.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-27T06:55:52
I'm sure he'll be asked about "the selfie scandal" on the dan patrick show today. This thing doesn't change my opinion of him at all. I think he's still a sweet guy with a big heart & he's a good role model for kids
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T21:36:19
ugh i wish someone would hurry and upload the texans game...i didnt get to see it!!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:55:55
rodgers needs to step it up i need at least 2 td's to nelson to safe my night
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:51:20
It looks like Clay had been having trouble during this game against the Saints. He was helped up several times by teammates after plays and went to the sideline breathing hard after another. Wonder if he's 100%.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:49:13
JJ does like the spend time pre game down where everyone can get a gooood look.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:47:19
Matthews'a cousin Jake was on this morning with Atlanta. Comes off kind of shy in interviews. Good looks run in that family.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:46:55
Cleveland I will be so at that cleveland game, I swore to myself this year that i will see JJ in action and this is my shot. Any of you ever seen him in action... if you haven't you should and make sure you get seats close to the endzone, he spends a lot of time there to show off the goods. ;)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:42:47
come here with that tongue

Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:40:35
does anyone know why he had a thing on his other arm?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:40:15
and don't forgot Mathews
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:39:33
the cracked out of carolina, that kid is like clark kent, choir boy off the field, beast on the field
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:38:07
Brees. Rodgers. JJ. All on one day.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:36:49
me too watching the same game! its my daily fix. ;) hate working sundays.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:36:47
Yes!!! Aaron Rodgers, Kenny Vaccarro, Micah Hyde....nom, nom!!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:35:49
That tan line from his arm brace lmao. It would have been cool if he had changed his arm brace to pink like Swearinger did. I really liked his!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:34:55
Now watching Green Bay and New Orleans and the TV screen is full of cuteness! I like this kind of conversations much better than the other.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:34:20
Please guys, let's not feed the perpetuation of this comment discussion. It's like running in circles. We think what we think, they think what they think.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:33:23
let get back on topic....which is the magnificence that is JJ's body....
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:31:51
Agreed, Soph!!! Don't care about comments when that awesome fineness is staring me in my face!!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:31:40
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:31:38
So, because I said that I feel jj slipped up, it was the first nfl game I've ever seen? How does that even make sense?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:31:25
not sure if I was talking to you... hard to tell but I pretty sure i was talking to on of them negative people and since you noticed the cuteness it couldn't have been you. lol
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:30:39
lol those arms those pants......
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:30:08
Wow, that tan line and that arm!!!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:29:08
If you are talking to me I'm now a sophomore and no I have watCher football forever. Those tight pants show quite a lot of cuteness! Lol
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:29:05
So, a troll is anyone with a different opinion on a topic being discussed? I stated plenty of times that I feel he slipped up and I don't see him any differently. The word troll really gets thrown around in here
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:28:48
who really cares about any comments about selfies this man is real....and so is that tan line lol.

Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:28:30
I love pre game JJ, I don't think there is anything hotter in the NFL, they should charge extra just to see JJ. I had to hold myself back when I was sitting front row... I wanted to throw money at him and scream "Take it off" ;)
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:28:09
Yes! Thanks for the heads up, Rookie.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:27:02
cant wait to see him on dan patrick.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:26:34
those arms though and that brace tan line has me cracking up!!
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:26:14
In other news...JJ is going to be on The Dan Patrick show tomorrow!
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:24:29
I'm so over this comment conversation, it's not even funny. Now, important things: JJ's legs in those shorts pregame.......yes!!!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:23:58
Assuming he isn't focused and welcome to the league and this isn't high school is a little more than answering a reporters question. A answer would be, he likes selfies so I did it. He attacked him. Also, I don't feel that it matters that it was discussed or that ppl were already talking about it on Instagram. Jj went out of his way to make this a big deal. Again, I don't care either way and will always be a jj fan. Like I said, he just slipped up. I'm just adding in my two cents to the convo.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:23:47
Furthermore since the selfie business HAS been talked about on several talk shows like the poster said, JJ wasn't the only one and basically the only ones it bothers are the trolls.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:22:21
i was so excited to see jadeveon on the field!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:21:46
most of these rookies arent rookies sometimes it resets you when you log out
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:20:39
@Rookie was that the first NFL game you watched?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:20:39
I think the majority of us agreed that whatever he thought about Mettenberger and his selfies, he should gave kept that to himself. But we moved in and certainly didn't extend it to arrogance. When his team loses, he should be angry. It's not a good feeling. And expert in coaching others? I don't quite understand that. He's a leader on the team, in the NFL period. And he speaks on hard work and discipline whether he wins or loses. I bet gives no cares about the trolls on his Instagram who puts energy into going onto his page to "tell him off". Dude makes a comment and people want to crucify him. It's really not that serious.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:20:35
i did enjoy all that eye candy today!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:19:49
hes serious off the field and has a little bit of fun on the field. thats the point
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:19:16
Maybe there is more than one troll on here. Now if you want to look at a cute backside check out Brooks Reed's. Don't feed the trolls ignore them.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:19:09
Lets not overlook the fact that he was the only one to acknowledge the military on the sidelines. I think that should be talked about more than this pointless crap.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:17:47
I'm not sticking up for the poster who is always negative about jj, but finding your view of a fault in someone's personal life and bringing it out on the football filed and in press conferences has nothing to do with football. Playing the game with respect for your opponents (which he usually does) is not a tea party. It's the way the game should be played and the way that jj says he lives his life. He just slipped up, no big deal, but that's just how I see it.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:14:25
People have been making fun of Mettenberger's selfies since he was named the starter. The TV shows have been talking about it for the entire week, so this isn't a thing that just came up today.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:14:12
he didnt attack him the reporter asked him why he did it and he answered the question.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:11:00
thanks rookie... u said it... JJ was once a rookie too and he probably acted childish.. when his team loses he is angry and shy but when his team wins he feels he is an expert in coaching others
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:10:25
has it occurred to anyone that he may just not like that Rookie and thats why he did it. Not trying to defend JJ... well maybe I am... but why can't JJ do something stupid every so often, why jump down his throat about this? He is a great football player one of the best. Cut him some slack.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:04:24
I'm not going to go as far as to say that I see jj differently now, but I do take big issue with it. Just me. I feel that his others celebrations are different in that they are a tribute to someone, or something silly like the surfing one. As far as the rodgers one, that's something jj saw aaron do plenty of times on the field unlike this situation. The fact that jj obviously did some looking into with zach, found something he didn't like about him, chose to use it against him during the game, and then attack him for it in the press conference is excessive. Now ppl are on his Instagram harassing him about his selfies and what jj said about him. It really is obvious that jj was not only judging but talking down to him. Saying this isn't high school is undermining him and I just think it was immature. Way more immature than liking to take selfies.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:03:46
Lol, so arrogrant. Hahaha!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:03:38
Unfortunately I was working all day so I didn't get to see it. I was only able to peek into the game over my phone and I hate watching JJ on my phone cause I can't see his ass very well. ;)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T19:02:52
Agreed, Vet. No point in entertaining this troll.
Look at how arrogant he is here (lol joking)
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:56:27
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:56:06
This person is repetitive and exhausting and had the same senseless point everytime. Let's ignore the attention seeking troll and talk about how amazingly sexy JJ was in that suit before pregame!!!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:52:29
The trolls are back. Look at him differently? Disappointed in him? Go play in the sand box and quit watching football. You are clueless. It's not a tea party. He is doing his job on the field!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:52:20
If there will be such an interview I will just hit the Mute button. Works true Miracles, all the pleasure none of the headache ;)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:51:30
Umm... nope, no problem with that. That would be the "nice guy JJ"!! I don't look at him any different. He can't be perfect all the time. Right?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:49:14
Its called being dedicated to your cause. ;) in her or his case "disappointment in JJ"
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:48:22
You'll only see the interview if you're looking for it. No one can make you watch it. Sooooo...
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:46:47
Looks like it, Vet. They are always saying they are disappointed in JJ and look at him differently. Like, every other week. Yet, still comes in here....
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:45:41
I just hope I won't have to see interview where he apologizes for what he said... that would be a total turn off and unnecessary. Plus for the most part JJ is a classy guy and everyone is entitled to screw up once or twice... it is only an issue when he does it every game.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:44:08
I'm pretty sure our troll is back.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:42:48
*points to exit sign* feel free.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:42:00
So, with that theory, you have a problem with his salute sack celebration. And the sack celebration honoring the Berry children. And the sack celebration honoring Bum.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:41:53
The comments were worse than the actual play. That was kind of mean of him. I look at him differently now.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:37:01
Right Vet. For those football stupid, it is the job of a defenseman to get in the mind of the quarterback. He just did. And how many other rookies plastered their pictures all over right before their first start? It isn't high school. It's the big league.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:34:59
Hmmm ... some players just smile and hand the ref the ball. The really classy ones don't seem to make up some stupid dance or act like they just found a cure for cancer. Sorry, if I have an opinion different from yours. :)
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:23:11
"Mean girl JJ"?? Really? Like, you you watch football at all? I mean, do you not see almost every since player having sack/td/whatever celebrations? Also, the spitting thing, he responded saying that he spit on the field, whether home or away. So, is your judgment JJ specific or do you judge every other player in the NFL as well?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:19:01
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:18:30
The judging quote was actually for the one that comes on here all the time and judges JJ fir every little thing. And is "disappointed" in him all the time. I mean, lighten up. Geez.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:11:01
I concur vet. Without a doubt, JJ was judging this rook QB, for we all know some of the immature things he has done as well. The spitting, the dancing after the td's, etc... That is why he should let other players express themselves without the need to judge them. Judging aside, I think he has an amazing heart and one of the good guys. Just not to fond of the "mean girl" jj. :)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:07:24
Are all of you Texans Fans or just JJ Fans?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:05:53
I don't care what he says, he is a hell of a football player and got me 10 points for my fantasy team, I will let him kiss my ring when I win that champion ship, maybe I will let him wear it too. LOL
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:05:45
Ok Sophomore calm down. Maybe you need to lighten up.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T18:01:00
There is a quote that goes something like this: "It's okay to judge others. Just remember to be perfect the rest of your life." I think that can apply to some folks.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:54:50
Spin it anyway you want, that was messed up! Plain and simple...he needs to give it a rest. He needs to lighten up. Maybe he should hook up with one of those cheerleaders and lay off a rook QB on one of his biggest days of his life. I remember those bullies from high school. Lol :)
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:48:23
People are blowing this WAY out of proportion. Should he have made the comments after the game? Probably not but this doesn't make JJ rude or arrogant in my opinion. If he thinks it's bad for a player to take selfies, I wonder what he thinks about manziel & Gronkowski?! They are really immature with their constant partying! I still like JJ! This selfie stuff doesn't change my opinion of him being a good guy!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:43:04
It's Football, they trash talk. Get over it.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:20:13
Agreed, Vet & Soph. I don't like his response, or him saying it publicly, but he's not doing anything any different from what he's done before (remember his I don't know who that is thing about Justin Pugh) and it doesn't negate all the good he does on and off the field.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:19:16
arogance on the field i feel is necessary, you have to be in that mode. its just my opinion, it has nothing to do with who he is personally. these guys are gladiators out there doing there jobs.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:15:35
Oh boy. Here we go. "Success has gone to his head." "He's arrogant now." "See, money DID change him." Um, did he make a comment that perhaps he could've kept to himself? Sure. Does that make him arrogant? Absolutely not.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:14:18
well when players celebrate they tend to mock each other, this is not a new thing. he mocked clay matthews and aaron rodgers. players mock each other, hes suppose to be a dick on the field. hes not at a tea party.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:10:13
You dislike him? Or you dislike his response? Because they're two different things. And he's not "becoming" anything he hasn't been before. He's talked before about how he thinks a professional should behave. He's been dismissive of opponents before, too, even this season.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:09:00
woooowww...people are so sensitive. You guys realize he is human right? he gets upset, he'll do dumb things no need to get all butt hurt.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T17:00:10
I hope jj isnt becoming arrogant. Dislike him now for this.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T16:55:04
I doubt JJ was on his Twitter before the game. I don't doubt someone close to the team saw it and mentioned it to the team.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T16:34:39
The texans posted a video of JJ meeting with men & women of the military before the game today. Unfortunately that didn't get as much attention as the selfie stuff
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T16:34:06
It definitely was not necessary to call him out like that. Why was he creeping on his site this week and before the game? I really see no difference if is serious about the whole "focus" thing. I have so much respect and admiration for the player who hands the ball to the ref after a touchdown or hustles back after a great play. Just shows, you can have all the money in the world but it doesn't mean it can buy you class. Peace! :)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T16:25:20
I can see why people are bothered by his comments. I know he takes football seriously but I thought the rookies selfies were harmless fun..
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T16:20:36
I will probably get YELLED at...I really did not care about the selfie on the field, did not really I know what he was doing..I did fell his post game interview was a little rough...The guys a rookie, his first start , excited much??? Let us give him a break. Not everyone is as focused as JJ, that does not make then a bad player. I also feel marrying him could prove to be interesting, especially if mom is not 100 % on board with the relationship.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T16:12:39
Nice point, Soph. I agree. I didn't see the comment he made before speaking.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T15:38:12
Whoops Soph beat me to it
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T15:38:01
I love how they get all pissy about Sack Celebrations a few years back my other baby got flagged for his celebration and really he didn't do anything bad. I am starting to think they are really turning the NFL into something for girls... soon enough we will see our favorite players in tampon commercials hearing them on national tv wining about how their P..... hurt. LOL
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T15:37:18
They are calling him a douche for what he said
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The king of selfies, at least among NFL quarterbacks, got a little wake-up call from one of the best defensive players in the NFL on Sunday.
Texans defensive end J.J. Watt sacked Titans quarterback Zach Mettenberger twice, forced a fumble and batted one of his passes during Houston's 30-16 win Sunday. After the second sack, Watt's celebration imitated the rookie quarterback taking a photo of himself -- a "selfie," as Mettenberger loves to do
"It's just kind of a reminder, this is the National Football League, not high school," Watt said. "Welcome to the show."
"I just, I take my job very seriously," Watt said. "If I was a rookie quarterback being named the starter for the first time in the league, I feel like I'd be a little bit more focused than that.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T15:36:05
No, folks are bothered by him saying something about someone else taking a selfie. If JJ didn't like the lack of professionalism, that's fine. If he wanted to mock him, that's fine. But it's hard to criticize someone when you're on their tv every three minutes because regular fans aren't going to see a difference between Mettenberger taking selfies and you in commercials. And folks who don't like you will criticize you on it.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T15:32:57
I agree! People want an athlete who's a good role model & when they have one, they want to tear them down. I didn't have a problem with the QB's selfies but I also didn't have a problem with what JJ said about it. I think JJ is more mature than most 25 year olds so he takes things more seriously
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T15:30:33
All beccause it was rude since the guy is a rookie. LOL rookies gotta learn.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T15:21:08
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T15:20:41
Y'know, people will scratch and claw and digg for ANYTHING to criticize JJ about. I mean, he can't be that talented, hard working, charitible, level headed. There has got to be something wetting with him. So, now he's a douche for taking a"selfie" as a sack celebration? Seriously, peoples are salty over that? I mean, whatever gets them thru the lost....
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T14:01:40
I've not met him but I'd love to! He's such a monster beast on the football field but in interviews & when he's with kids he's such a big teddy bear! I bet he's super tired after games! I'd love to just snuggle with him! LOL
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T12:03:06
Any of you ever met JJ?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T11:55:19
yes thats what I meant sorry (thx Sophomore)... should have clearafied the whole Mother in law thing. I know JJ has not been married.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T10:43:21
Rook might have meant that his closeness to his mom was charming as long as you're not married to him. Meaning that an overly involved mother-in-law isn't fun.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T10:42:25
It seems he's close to his mom & loves & respects her a lot. I love when he posts photos with her. Usually when a guy treats his mother really well, it means he'll treat a girlfriend really well also. I'm sure when JJ meets the right girl, he'll be a great boyfriend!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T09:30:24
Didn't his mom start traveling to every game last season when things kept going bad for the team? Aww I'll give him a nice big hug if that's what he needs lol
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T08:50:18
What do you mean he's charming unless you're married to him? He's never been married. And I don't know anything about the dirt forum except you have to have a user name & password
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-26T08:49:44
His mom is at the game
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T08:02:46
Can someone explain to me what the dirt forum is? TS has changed a tad since my last visit in 2010.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2014-10-26T07:59:51
i always love seeing him with his mom, they seem very close - charming for certain as long as your not married to him.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-26T00:26:15
I wonder how often his parents visit him in TX? Sounds like he's really close to his family & loves having them around. His brothers probably can't visit much since they're in school
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-25T20:35:27
What does JJ and the team do after they win a game? I wonder what he does after they lose a game in a season like last years or how the current one is going
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-25T19:20:27
Not sure if he has a roommate and I have to agree with the being sick of the going out thing. My home team our QB was such a nightmare thankfully he settled down and has kids now so I can open the yahoo browser without sweating bullets in the off season worrying "what did he do now". That is partly what I find so great about JJ, he seems like a genuinely nice guy.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-25T19:11:04
Not anymore.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-25T18:57:52
Being a homebody can be lonely sometimes, does he have a roommate?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-25T18:30:12
I've read in a couple of interviews that JJ doesn't like to go to clubs often (he doesn't even go out after wins) & he says he's kinda a homebody. I don't know about you guys but I'm totally fine with this. I get sick of hearing about jonny manziel and/or rob Gronkowski getting wild & boozed up at the clubs. Unlike those two guys, I think JJ is a great role model for young boys to look up to. He seems to have good morals & he gives back to people in need
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-25T18:19:35
In Houston, yes. Not sure about WI.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2014-10-25T17:32:27
How many vehicles does he have? 1 car & 1 truck?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2014-10-25T17:22:13
They drive, unless they choose to use the drivers the team has set up for them.
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