J.J. Watt

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Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T21:53:58
Well if he's spotted in Nebraska then he went home, because that's where the game is this weeekend
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T21:14:14
Thanks for info on what they do day after games. Didn't know that
Country girl
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T20:46:37
The practice field pic was not from today. I'm sure he worked out and they evaluated film from Thursday's game this morning and then the players were free to go. On a regular work week, the Monday after a game is usually a short day. Guys usually go in and do whatever workouts they do, get treatment for injuries,etc. and then they review film tape from the game and get graded on their assignments.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T20:35:26
How could he fly home? Im sure they have practice? And meetings? Im mean this is kind of crisis time.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T20:32:35
Supposed to be doesn't look happy
Country girl
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T20:29:52
Is that pic on practice field from today's practice cuz he d i want look happy. Love the cartoon titled jj driving home bbc.co from the game. Adorable. Whatever jj does and c.f. where ever he goes this wknd I hope he can defuse and relax
Country girl
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T20:28:49
I'm sure he'll go with his family, he may be flying them all out there.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T20:27:01
Before breaking the internet by showing up with CW at the game, he stopped by to eat some burgers and cheese curds lol too funny.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T20:26:50
Think he will be fun at home or mope around. Must not be going to game tomorrow. Or maybe flying there with mom and dad and Derek's gf?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T20:16:37
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T20:14:36
God I wuld pay $10k to see JJ flatten Skip Bayless, Colin Cowturd, & Dan LeBastard. They are such ignorant pricks.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T19:47:49
So he is eating butter burgers and cheese curds to drown his sorrow. Dont do it jj...ice cream will be next!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T19:40:49
i think break my noses today :(
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T19:36:51
Bet he didnt originally plan to go home.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T19:36:13
When i search jj culvers i get the photo of him driving thru the day he met cw at the Wisconsin game. Remember him going there first...funny!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T19:31:37
He probably did to go be with his family. He needs a break, especially with All the pressure down here.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T19:31:13
do you think so
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T19:29:48
I bet he flew home huh?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T19:24:44
Tomorrow is TJ's 21st birthday.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T19:12:42
So the guy that said he hoped JJ enjoys his Culver's, is from Pewaukee.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T18:49:51
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T18:47:44
in regards to the brothers: one of JJs parents (can't remember which one) said that TJ & JJ were more alike. Derek was the social one. On cruises after dinner, TJ & JJ would go back to room but Derek would go look for the people he met throughout the day. I can kinda tell by their social media that TJ & JJ seem a little more private about personal stuff. Derek seems more open about his personal life
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T18:37:34
Someone tweeted that they hoped he enjoyed Culver's tonight. Well at least we know he is eating well LOL.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T18:21:40
There were like 20 ribs per slab.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T18:12:48
4 slabs of ribs is no where near what it would take to feed the Dline!
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T17:46:43
The wilforks are having a bbq tomorrow...they have like 4 massive slabs of ribs, and a plate of pork I think. Wonder if it's a team thing
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T17:10:59
I'm sure JJ will hang up his cleats next week. Swear off football for the rest of his life, break down crying and curl up into the fetal position, or even kick a dozen puppies on his way home from a game just because of a team loss.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T17:04:05
There's a downfall to every situation...jj has made himself into a superstar but is playing on a bad team. This is the same situation thst cause barry sanders to retire from detroit. Also some players are loving this cause jj is on countless commercials...I mean like alot.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:55:58
No parents that I saw. Just jj.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:48:03
I'm sure his parents went in a separate car.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:47:47
@ Beach Girl- Sigh. You would think so, right? So far we're just stuck with two not-good-enough-to-be-Tom-Brady's-backup QBs.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:44:51
Rookie 23:37 Were his parents with him?
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:43:47
He started as the quarterback coach...got promoted to offensive coordinator...you'd think he'd have a good eye for QBs
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:38:27
Thanks for sharing that soph
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:37:47
I went to the game last night and stayed to watch players leave.. and that meme wasnt far off. He had his headphones on and peeled out with a police escort.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:33:55
Bill O'Brien was the offensive coordinator for the Patriots, worked directly with Tom Brady. 2007-2011 I believe.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:32:42
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:32:37
What was BOB position was with The Patriots coaching staff doing that time when he was there,because i know Crennel was the defensive coordinator coach and McDaniel was the offensive coordinator for so many years with the team just wander where do BOB fit in doing that time 
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:30:08
hi sophomoroe :)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:28:49
LOL! Good one.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:27:03
This made me snort.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:26:53
hi veteran
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:22:49
I changed the topic a bit though. Your bf has a brother just like jj, looks, heart, personality. How do you not crush on him?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:12:47
Oh well, people discuss anything JJ related. No,problem here
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T16:07:55
I'm really uncomfortable with talking about Derek's gf on here. This board is for JJ/JJ girlfriend talk.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:55:12
Sorry...if he was jj.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:54:40
I am sure they both know better and are crazy about each other so it is fine. I am just saying as a female, have u ever crushed on a boyfriend's brother? And, would youbuf he was JJ? Famous or not...
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:51:07
I think maybe she's extra strong, and so is Derek, to have to deal with outside noise like people thinking that just because she followed JJ Watt, an extremely famous football player on twitter she must want him and instead had to settle for his younger brother. The same way whatever girl JJ ends up with will have to be extra strong to ignore people saying she's a gold-digger, not good enough for JJ, or whatever mean things they can come up with to make her look worse and themselves feel better.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:45:19
I know she's a reporter, I get that, but still...it would be a little awkward having a bf with a famous, hunky brother that you are totally familiar with, right? Oh yes, here is my new bf, and he's JJ Watt's brother! Not saying she is in it for JJ at all, but wouldn't it be just a tad bit weird? I don't think she has another motive at all, but she's a girl...and he is JJ. Would be hard not to crush a little.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:37:13
In his defense, they were asking some pretty stupid questions. "Can you rate the frustration?" Seriously?
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:32:57
Following JJ on Twitter means she's got a hidden love for him? She's a sports reporter...what sports reporter wouldn't follow JJ? He's the face of he NFL...it's really bothersome that even his brothers can't have girlfriends without people thinking they're only in it for JJ
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:31:52
That look when the reporters went silent.... The last thing he wanted to be doing was talking to the media after that loss. I wonder if he had a gf would he still shut everyone out like his parents said he would do after every game in 2013
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:22:15
How about when he gave the "Huh?" like he was so bothered...never heard him do that before.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:21:23
I agree about Derek Rook. Do you think JJ likes Derek's GF...can you imagine dating Derek and then you have JJ as your potential Brother In Law...how could you not have a secret crush - wouldn't that be awkward? She's followed JJ on twitter for a long time so she must have had some interest other than "professional". His arms are enormous...my Lord what a man!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:20:55

The look JJ gave the reporter who asked "how his emotions are in the locker room". LOL! Just back away slowly dude...back away.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T15:10:40

Sheesh, check out his arms!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T14:33:43
@ Beach Girl- BOB said he'll be okay for Jacksonville, so it's not a big worry.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T14:30:14
And clowney is in a walking boot...on his right foot...Texans are screwed
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T14:29:29
The game is in Nebraska this weekend...not Wisconsin...I highly doubt JJ is gonna turn up...he's most likely get booed out the stadium as Wisconsin and nebraka are a big rivalry
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T14:29:28
The game is in Nebraska this weekend...not Wisconsin...I highly doubt JJ is gonna turn up...he's most likely get booed out the stadium as Wisconsin and nebraka are a big rivalry
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T14:23:21

 Reply-to:Maybe JJ will be hanging out with Dereks new GF at the game this weekend. LOL...anyone think Derek is a little cocky? Like he expects success because he is JJs brother?

well, she wanted JJ in the first place anyway.  Now, we can wait from a response from GJ herself on this one. 

Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T14:13:02
Wanna know why JJ has every reason to hate the media? Exhibit A: SportsNation trying to make it look like JJ threw his teammates under the bus.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T14:09:08
I think Derek enjoys the perks of being JJ's brother more than TJ. Thinking he likes the attention it brings him. Both on the field and off.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T14:00:56
rook 20:39 totally agree-LOL! put him in as QB what can it hurt now?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T13:55:50
If the Texans don't get it together by December, they should just cancel the game against the Patriots because I do not want to see Brady annihilate the Texans in their own home lol.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T13:47:22
Maybe JJ will be hanging out with Derek's new GF at the game this weekend. LOL...anyone think Derek is a little cocky? Like he expects success because he is JJ's brother?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T13:47:13
LMAO! If he could play QB, we'd have it made. He'd be a hard m*f*er to bring down, that's for sure. He'd be running the ball in every play.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T13:39:06
I would say this even if the Texans were winning...I think too big a deal is made of JJ. Not that it's his fault but everywhere I go I see the man. He's on TV, in the grocery store, on billboards on the side of the road... He's everywhere here in Houston and I hate that a lot of other players are overlooked. He's worked hard and is definitely a standout but he isn't the only person on the team. As for the whole Hollywood speculation, I don't see him making it. He's hot at the moment but fame is fleeting. He seems to know that so I would put money on acting being a fantasy more than it ever being his reality. Now if he suddenly learned how to play qb, I might be willing to change my mind about the overexposed part:)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T13:32:04
@sportywineguy is Dale Robertson, he's covers the Texans for the Houston Chronicle. His tweet was about seeing JJ @ NRG, I guess he was going to talk to him but changed his mind, LOL!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T13:18:14
At the most, I think he might be at the WI game for his brothers. I don't think anyone could fault him for going to that. Hopefully, other than that, he sticks close to home.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T13:15:59
I bet he has things lined up for the weekend. Maybe even more commercial shoots or interviews, that he scheduled before - could be the game too. Probably wishes he didn't have anything. Low Key would be the way to go right now for him.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T13:03:05
I'm not sure when or where the guy about the autograph saw him. @sportywineguy probably saw him at stadium because he works for chronicle. Do you think we'll see JJ at badgers game since he has weekend off?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T12:47:00
Did someone see him around town? I haven't seen anything on twitter. BOB just got through with his press conference. I would imagine JJ is still at NRG.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T12:39:32
I am sure he has turned it, and other parts, down before. Where was he out and about - I'm surprised anyone saw him today. I kind of hope he lays low this weekend.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T12:36:41
Brian Hoyer will start for the Jacksonville game, players have the weekend off. I wonder if we'll see much of JJ or if he'll hunker down.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T12:36:10
@ Vet 28:53 - I'm sure he would say no. And I wouldn't be surprised if he's already had to turn a girl down for asking that. LOL!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T12:35:24
The song is called Play hard, it's by David Guetta.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T12:35:03
Makes too many damn commercials and does that whole bad @ss facial deal. What a phony and a bum
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T12:28:53
Some guy tweeted that JJ wouldn't sign a girls stomach (I'm assuming she was pregnant). What would JJ say if a girl asked him to sign her boob?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T12:23:43
I don't think it was Shake it Off, was it? The actual sound bite from the game sounds different...
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T12:14:46
Looks like JJ still wasn't having any of it today:
Dale Robertson @sportywineguy
The look on JJ's face right now suggests this a poor time to engage in idle chitchat.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T11:52:32
In the local market they are showing a lot of his commercials. I can see how some people can be getting sick of it. I love seeing them though. Especially the Reliant swimming commercial. :)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T11:51:26
If Derek enters the NFL too it will make it harder for their mom and dad to make all the games.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T11:43:42
I only saw one commercial with jjwatt during the game. I'm in Montana. The local networks might want to back off a bit but JJ cannot control that. And using Twitter as your proof of being overexposed is just nonsense.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T11:40:50
Taylor Swift, shake it off
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T11:20:12
Just a random question...in that clip where JJ is dancing at the Rockets game - what song was he dancing to? I always wanted to know and it came up in the corner and I knew you all would know.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T11:08:17
To me JJ is not overexposed but I don't live in Texas so I rarely see his commercials. And the only magazine I've seen him on where I live was mens health. As for the Hollywood acting thing when he retires: I don't see him becoming the next Rock (Dwayne Johnson). JJ might do cameos or small parts but I can't see him moving to Hollywood full time. He has said many times that he wants a quiet normal family life later on & that coaching kids is important to him so I believe that's what he'll end up doing & he'll be great at that.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:47:30
Wonder how having Derek entering the draft will play out. Having another Watt in the NFL could be good or bad...
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:34:41
I don't criticize her for doing the interview, she doesn't control how they edit it, when they air it, etc. It was just bad timing. Same as with JJ and some of these endorsements/commercials. He does the commercial but he can't control how much/when they air it. It's not their fault per se, it's just bad timing all around.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:28:15
She can't control when the interview airs. She could have given the interview a while ago and they just now aired it. He gave one interview to ET and it wasn't published until months later.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:26:18
She doesn't do a lot, but she has done a few. I don't think it was the fact that she did the interview, so much as the timing of it. And then on top of that, JJ sort of shot back at the press making him out to be some lonely bachelor desperate to find a girlfriend, then his mom goes on TV and basically says the equivalent of a personal ad. If the Texans had won, or were doing better, few people including myself would have thought twice about the interview. As the saying goes, winning cures everything.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:25:56
not talking about the amount of interviews - this one was very poorly timed and suggesting Hollywood is the next move now doesn't look so good
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:23:07
What are you talking about soph 17:20 she barely does any interviews lol
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:21:16
I think it's funny when people complain he's over exposed... Because talking about him even more is going to make it so much better lmao if you don't like something just ignore it.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:20:55
Very poor timing for his mom to be on ET announcing his next career - before this painful loss. I agree - like a Monday morning quarterback - its time for mom to be quiet. First things first - like the present career. I hope the perks are not changing this family to Hollywooditis. This might be painful.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:19:31
I heard another guy from 610 Radio here in Houston, Sean Pendergast, talking about the same thing. He wasn't bashing JJ or really even criticizing him, so much as explaining how bad the situation can make JJ look when the team is down by 30 or more points and then the tv network goes to commercial and it's one JJ commercial after another. I really do wish he would scale things back this next offseason. I have no problem with the guy enjoying himself, but maybe just sticking to the smaller stuff. If the Texans have a losing record by the end of it, though, I have a feeling JJ will be scaling back everything and working out/training more. He seems to want to put his nose to the grindstone when the team isn't doing so well.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:14:34
He loves DP and those guys - they have gone out when they were in Milwaukee, met a bunch of his buddies from Pewaukee, etc...so they have a great relationship.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:13:52
I think that part of his interview after the game last night was him still trying to "look tough" and respond the way he thinks is appropriate for him. Almost like a self-fulfilling prophecy. He can't say what he really wants or feels sometimes I think - he is forcing himself to live up to his image.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:11:46
He is overexposed...just go on Twitter and see how many people say they're sick of seeing him on commercials..
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:07:52
DP and the guys were not bashing JJ at all...he would have no problem with what they were saying. They were talking about the situation in Texas and how fickle people are and that fame is so fleeting. I think they believe he is overexposed, some of his own doing, some not. Nothing wrong with their discussion - thought it was very accurate.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:07:49
What was said on the show?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:03:35
If he wants to take those opportunities, that's fine. But he had better be prepared for the backlash when the team suffers. I think he can handle it, and I think he'll come out of this just fine. But there is such a thing as overexposure. I personally can't get enough of the guy, but this conversation about him being too "out there" is starting to pick up steam and DP's show this morning was just another example.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T10:03:32
16:46 you make a good point. I don't begrudge him taking advantage of the offers coming his way -- it's a strike-while-the-iron's-hot kinda thing -- but it does have a downside if the team's not doing well. People are very quick to turn off someone.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:54:48
Lmao well some of you are bitter towards JJ & his mom smh. Someone is always complaining about something. Personally I see nothing wrong with him taking advantage of every opportunity that comes his way. It would be unfair to jj to pass up on a cool opportunity just because the team isn't doing so good.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:46:52
I am certainly not bashing JJ with this, but I think he may have gone about all of this the wrong way. I think he should have stuck to local markets and companies here in Houston & Texas (Houston Area Ford Dealers, Mizzen + Main which is based out of Dallas, etc), like he was doing in the beginning, then waited a few years until the Texans made some seriously playoff runs and built up some "respect collateral" that way. Then, if the team was doing well and he was doing well, go do the more "national" ads like Verizon, and the Hollywood thing. I just think he did/is doing too much too fast, and now the team is not doing well and people are questioning him.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:44:47
Anyone have a link to the DP show this morning?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:38:21
He's overexposed and his mother is an attention seeker who's only feeding the media with her "perfect son" BS. Enough with all the Hollywood nonsense. Yuck
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:34:00
Hmmm...I wonder if JJ is going to be so quick to go on DP's show now. If I were him I would think twice next time they call and invite him on.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:26:41
hi sophomore :)
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:23:07
With all this miserable talk about attitudes and losses..let's throw it back to a funny day! http://www.houstontexans.com/tv-media/videos/Micd-Up-JJ-Watt-at-Pro-Bowl-practice/a63ab2fb-865d-4755-b171-8f58efa62851
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:23:06
cool veteran :)
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:18:14
They talked about JJ much of the morning today!
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:16:20
Interesting on Dan Patrick they are discussing how people are getting sick of JJ. Those guys are all big JJ fans and stick up for him, but Dan, quite fairly, talks about how he has gone over the line and you can't come back. Unless you, or in JJ's case, the team, is winning, people are going to lose interest quick. They said he's a good spokesman, but unless you are winning, it doesn't mean as much. "You can look tough on the sidelines, bleed, etc...and have the off-season he had, but if you don't back it up on the field, it's meaningless". But they agree that his popularity is amazing, and deserved, but that can only take you so far to achieve greatness.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:07:17
rookie i can't wait for later
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:06:50
I think when it is a "good loss", example, the other team just has a stellar play or the ball just doesn't bounce the Texans' way, or a key player is injured, it is easier to get over for both the team and JJ alike. But when it is a result of a systemic problem,(like your head coach not knowing who the f his QB is) or an breakdown on an entire one phase of the game (defense) then it is harder to get over. And usually those kinds of problems lead to multiple losses and a feeling of helplessness, which is what JJ is feeling I am sure. He can't fix everything, wabi u is what guys usually want to do when there is a problem.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:02:28
If you are tempted to respond to Jackie, before you do click on her profile name, it will take you to her post blog.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:02:19
rookie thank for let me know :)
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:02:14
Yes I think JJ would be difficult to live with after a loss. I wonder if he goes home & just goes to bed. Or if he stays up all night replaying every play. Saw the ET interview with his mom. She's so beautiful! I wish they would've interviewed her longer. It seems they only took a few things & ran it together. I bet she talked about the foundation more but they didn't show that
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:01:33
It really annoys me when people, especially Texans fans, act like JJ is the only talented player on the team, say he deserves to be in a better team, and how he is carrying the team when many of the guys are also great and deserve a better team too. The problem isn't the lack of talent, other than the QB position, but that they don't seem to have chemistry on the field and that's the coaching fault.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T09:00:45
I think he is pissed off at the media. The post-game interview after Atlanta said as much. i think with local media people like McClain and Mark Berman, etc. he is more willing to at least try to put on a nicer face because he sees those people every week. But I am sure a lot of those media members in that locker room were not local and I think he has less tolerance for them, hence the locker room privacy comment. I think ,based on statements he's made the last couple of weeks, he has a beef with the way the media is covering the Texans in a very negative way in general. Problem is, I can't completely blame the media for its portrayal of the team. They're awful and aren't performing up to anybody's expectations.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:58:15
Jackie- colts won
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:39:58
who win yesterday night in football
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:34:56
who the night football yesterday night can any boody let me know please
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:27:34
Endorsements, magazine covers, etc...that could all go away so fast. I am glad he is enjoying it now. Next off season could be a whole different story. No fault of his - it's just such a fickle society.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:27:26
That's what is was saying with the "I'm not going to discuss the locker room with you" comment, he could have just said "I'll keep that in the locker room" and moved on. Don't get me wrong, I understand being upset and then having to answer these stupid questions from reporters that are "um, so, yeah, um-ing" there way through a question, but they still have a job to do. Even OB handled his post game better.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:25:48
I thought the interview was weird too. They travelled all the way to Pewaukee for that? To talk to his mom? That seems weird. I bet she thought it would be more foundation too. The acting thing post-career is a long way off. He has a long time to play. Unfortunately, he may not be relevant by then if the Texans continue to be so poor. It is such a fleeting thing - it would be so sad if he were stuck there and just faded away. He deserves to be on a championship team. He thinks he knows what greatness is, and he does, as a person. But he could know so much more if he played for a team with structure, direction and vision. The right people could even make him a greater individual than he already is.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:20:08
yeah...i mean under the circumstances i could understand his anger...but i noticed a few of the reporters got real quiet. he was borderline rude...it was very awkward
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:11:15
I was a little surprised by the interview too. Usually when you do something like that you are promoting a project (movie, show, album) but hers was just "JJ is great, we have a foundation, go team". It didn't seem to "do" anything, if that makes sense.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:10:29
After the game a reporter asked Hasselbeck if he was contagious and he said "no, but I told JJ Watt that I was" LOL!
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T08:09:09
Just saw the post game interview.I do not think he would be an easy man to live with. Maybe he should wait until after football to get married. He really puts his heart and soul into each game!!!!!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T07:47:48
@Beach Girl- I kinda thought the same thing about ET. Right before they had his mom's interview on they were talking about the Kartrashians. I wonder how much of that interview may have ended up on the cutting room floor. It is possible that his mom thought they would be talking a bit more about his foundation rather than having her give the interview equivalent of taking out a huge billboard for a singles ad for her son. Some of these shows are really superficial and shallow. I kinda wish she hadn't done an interview with them.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T07:42:35
Rookie...that's awesome...all while angrily rocking to to zac brown band on his bose...then he drives home in his ford pick up truck
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T07:41:27
That E.T. spot was nice, and superficial at the same time....at one point that lady is like.. "And he's rich!"....like seriously?.....Connie is so pretty....and what she said about him acting...i don't think she meant he's gonna become a full time actor...i took it more as, he wouldn't turn down acting spots because he enjoys it...like more cameos or commercials
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T07:39:23
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T07:36:52
I think JJ will go into smith's office and demand to be traded. And when Smith doesn't give into his demands, JJ will rip out and steal all of the Gatorade vending machines out of NRG Stadium. And then go home and furiously chop a crapload of firewood. Just kidding, ๐Ÿ˜œ
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T07:34:08
I think he might give acting a try if he is still single, but I think if he has a family he will probably drop out of the spotlight and go back to WI to coach HS football. I think back to a recent interview where he talked about wanting to be able to take his kids to the park and do normal stuff...I'm sure his mom is excited to think that her son may go into acting but I tend to go more with. What he is saying about his future and all indications are that he wants the simple normal life. He talked about how he can't do some of the things his friends do with their families and kids, and it seemed like he was almost envious of them in that respect.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T07:26:11
I think at this point, JJ is taking it day by day. The more and more the team sucks, the less and less i think he's focusing on anything else...they have 10 days until their next game...i do not think we'll be seeing much of JJ
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T07:03:31
Veteran@2:22...you hit the nail on the head! However, I think the team looked better overall, than last week against Atlanta, but they really needed the win for morale! But Hoyer threw the interception...and the rest is history! and yes the penalties were inexcusable..they beat themselves! Must be so difficult for J.J. He gives his heart and soul to this team...
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T07:03:09
I wonder what's more likely when JJ retires? Acting? Or going back to wi to coach football? Or maybe both? I don't see him losing his sweet, humble personality even if he does acting.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-09T06:26:16
http://www.houstontexans.com/tv-media/videos/Postgame-Sound-JJ-Watt/c1b307d9-6599-42e0-8a83-e06140a591ba so this is what pissed off JJ looks like.....yikes....
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T06:22:27
I wonder how much of the bye week they'll have to themselves
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T06:05:00
All true Vet. Mallet proved he was a 2 yr old while Luck was on the sidelines acting like a cheerleader. I think there's a lot of internal complications going on with the team.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T06:04:52
I wonder if they know how many times they kept mentioning on TV that a bunch of "old guys" were beating them. It's crazy that one of the worst o-lines were able to neutralize what was supposed to be the best D line in the league. Some Colts players had better stats in this one game than in all combined first 4 games.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T06:02:22
I don't know where some people think he had been crying. He's frustrated, mad and embarrased. At this point, the players, coaching staff and manage my of the team should be. I think there's some obvious dsyfunction among the team... Mallet's childish and selfish behavior on the sideline proved that to me. There is absolutely zero chemistry and/ or discipline on the defense (those penalties last night were inexcusable).
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T05:41:24
Ummm.  I hate to bust up the party, but JJ is in a relationship. 
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T05:10:01
Imagine being embarrassed in front of the whole world. Then getting yelled at in the locker room, then having to go talk about it. It wouldn't be a pretty picture. Obviously he was upset and now they have to have this taste in their mouths for over a week. I doubt they are going to have much downtime after this.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T05:01:01
Where can I see post game interview I turned off tv after game and went to bed
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T05:00:06
Ugh that post game interview was uncomfortable
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T04:51:59
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T04:43:01
I don't think jj would fit completely on Hollywood society unless he is hiding a materialistic facicious personality trait that hasn't been discovered in 5 years. He's be err n bbc.co ok in Houston cuz for a large city u get the feeling of being in a country town. If rather he followed thru with high school co aching quiet life bonfires and the like. He has enough money to play anywhere he wants
Country gitl
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-09T04:39:36
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T03:57:37
So will JJ turn Hollywood after retirement & lose his down to earth, humble, small town kid personality?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T00:44:41
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-09T00:37:07
was connie at the game last night ?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-09T00:31:40
Ok I missed everything last night. I quickly scanned over some post. I see the Texans lost. And JJ's mom says he wants to go Hollywood after retirement? I thought he wanted to coach high school football when he retired?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-08T23:28:00
I think he was definitely tearing up. He was devastated by this loss more so than Sunday. I don't know about a snuggle. I'd worry my neck would accidentally end you between this hands in a wringing motion. Lol lol. He looked like he wanted to wring a reporters neck. Lol. I do ho poo e hr gets good nights sleep and wakes up with good sense of optimism in the am
Country girl
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T23:10:36
Wow he took this loss hard. He didn't even want to look at the reporters in the beginning and kept answers short.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-08T22:58:00
Aw man now I'm not sure I want to see his press conference :( is there any pictures?? Lol
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T22:56:39
Okay, now after watching *this* interview, I'm wondering if he was tearing up a bit. He definitely rubbed his face, but I couldn't see if it was his eye or what b/c of the brim of the hat getting in the way. He really took this one hard, that's for sure.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T22:54:32
"I'm not gonna discuss the locker room with you" ouch, I get what he's saying but I felt like his attitude was "I'm pissed, I'm not gonna sugar coat it so bring it" poor guy, it's gotta be upsetting. He needs a snuggle - ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿ™‹โœ‹โœ‹โœ‹๐Ÿ™
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T22:41:06
Wow, the part at the end...he kept saying "there's no choice but to come back in, watch the film, get back on the practice field, etc". He said "there's no choice" a couple or more times....
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T22:38:58
No kidding. He was not happy at all.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-08T22:22:31
Jj post game post press conference on Texans media and he is a very very not happy grumpy jj
Country girl
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:54:35
Interesting note:
Lance Zierlein โœ” @LanceZierlein
Watt has been fairly static in terms of playing strictly left END for most of the year and every team has schemed to double him accordingly
Lance Zierlein โœ” @LanceZierlein
At some point, Romeo Crennel is going to have to start moving J.J. Watt around to make OCs scheme a little harder to take him out of games
Now that I think about it, JJ has been staying out on the end a lot these last few games.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:50:54
@ Beach Girl- I thought the same thing to until I saw that chart. They would have you believe that it's not as good a season for him, but I think that's because he hasn't had the highlights through these first 4 games like he did last year. Especially with lining up and catching touchdown passes on offense. But there's still a lot of season left. We shall just have to wait and see.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:49:43
They'll probably have a post-game interview with him on the Sonic Recap, don't know when that will be posted though.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:49:34
What!? Really??? WOW!!! I did not know that...thanks guys, sorry for doubting you...the media really does make it seem like he's not doing anything this year...I must have missed that tweet...jeez, I can't believe that.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:44:40
Any post game interviews?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:43:58
I was about to say he's actually doing pretty good this year lol again its a team sport he can't do it all I don't consider him the problem on the texans team tbh.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:34:44
Beach Girl, he was actually ahead in terms of stats in a year on year comparison. Sacks aren't the only part of a defensive lineman's job, and aren't even the most important stat, though the media would have fans believing otherwise.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:34:29
Actually Beach Girl he is doing better this year. He has more sacks, tackles and TFLs through 4games this yr then he did through 5 games last yr. Check the Texans Twitter, they retweeted the stats
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:28:41
Vet im back did you miss me :)
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:28:03
That's a shame jj has a unusual strong work ethic and he rarely expresses something he wants. The superbowl ring is something he wants. It would be nice if the Texans got it together so he could have one
Country girl
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:22:27
His stats for this year? What r u talking about? He's nowhere near last year...he has 4 sacks in 5 games...he had 22 sacks last year...one game he had 3 sacks alone last year...
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:22:03
The good part, they can be in a better position to draft a quarterback. If BOB doesn't make that his top priority (like even McClain said he should) then I will really start to question BOB's head-coaching abilities. I'm willing to give him a little slack right now, but he better prove to be this great QB/Offensive guy that he was sold as when McNair first hired him.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:20:06
I'm thinking 5-11 for the season.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:18:22
vet what time is there
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:17:56
I agree with both- he's definitely giving his all, but teams are just devoting more and more resources to stopping him. But fighting through double teams play after play doesn't show up on highlights and even though his stats are on pace to be better than last years, the team is not doing well so he will probably not get defensive player of the year this time around. Barring a miraculous turnaround, of course. I'll never say never, but it's not looking good.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:16:40
Btw, luck is 0-2 with 5 interceptions. Hassleback is 2-0 with no interceptions.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:15:29
I never said he wasn't trying his best. But because he's so good, they're gonna double/triple/everyone just jump on him, the entire season. That's going to affect his numbers. Like I said, not his fault. But new stars will arise, just like JJ did, and people will pay attention to them. It might actually work out better for him.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:12:05
I like it Vet, good analysis. Oh and Go Pats ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿˆ
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:11:35
Completely agree with you JW you have to be new to football to think that JJ isn't trying his best. Its only so much he can do.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:09:21
I think they will win a few more games. But don't underestimate the power of a losing slump. They'll probably beat Jacksonville twice, maybe Miami (just b/c they have a new coach), possibly the Titans but that's no guarantee. But if they struggled against this Colts team..sheesh. It does not look good from here on out.
Jaguars <---- Usually a win for us.
Dolphins <--New coach is a plus for the Texans, Suh isn't playing up to expectations.
Titans <---Possible win, but only if the defense gets it together.
Bengals <--Primetime Monday night, not good at all
Jets <----Have a surprisingly good defense and a QB that BOB should have kept.
Saints <-----Maybe a win here. They aren't that good.
Bills <----This will be a battle of which team can draw the most penalties and get in it's own way the most.
Patriots <---Utter annihilation.
Colts <---If a senior citizen-aged QB who had an IV on Tuesday and didn't practice all week can beat the Texans, imagine what Luck will do when he's back by this game.
Titans <----Not a gimme, but a probable win.
Jaguars <---- A final win to make sure they don't feel so shitty about a losing record this season.
2016 Draft <------ FOR THE LOVE OF GOD SOMEBODY DRAFT A F*ING QUARTERBACK!!! (screams this while pulling out hair by the roots)
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:07:31
yea right
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:07:02
Are you kidding? He shows up more in commercials then on the field? That's insane! He is clearly busting his a$$ out there, why is it his fault the rest of his line cannot stop the run when JJ AND Clowney are taking double teams?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:06:27
Exactly vet 04:04 football is a team sport let's not act as if JJ is the root of the defense's problem.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:04:38
are you a detroit lion fan to
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:04:37
He's being double teamed vet 4:02 what do you want him to do?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:04:00
I think anyone with any football knowledge understands that a) one player doesn't make or break a team and b) the amount of double and triple teams JJ is seeing is going to have an effect on his game. He isn't trying any less and honestly he shouldn't be punished for what he does in March bc of what his team doesn't do in October.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:02:24
I agree vet 03:58. He shows up more on commercials than on the field lately.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:00:03
me to
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T21:00:00
Some companies probably won't want him back...noticed all the Aaron Rodgers commercials again? JJ broke records last season...this season he can't do anything..not that he will lose sponsorships but new stars will arise who will take the spotlight
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:59:51
It's only week 5 ppl. At this rate will they make the playoffs? Chances are no, but to say the will never win another game? The Titantic is not sinking in week 5 (just leaking a little ๐Ÿ˜‰)
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:58:03
I sure hope he tones it down this next off season unless this team miraculously improves in the remaining games. Especially the defense. I'm not saying he shouldn't enjoy himself, he certainly deserves to and it isn't his fault that the defense is playing so poorly, but it just doesn't look good.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:57:53
how come
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:55:51
JJ might as well go enjoy himself doing the season cause they might not win again
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:55:40
:) do you want to be my friend on her yes or no
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:54:08
I wish I could possess one of the reporters and when the players come to the podium, be the first to ask "What the hell happened out there?!" LOL!
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:53:28
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:51:00
At least the Cardinals have been to the Super Bowl and the Cowboys have won several. Neither the Oilers nor the Texans have gone the distance. I have hope that they will, but it seems more and more like JJ is going to be exactly what others think he is: a great player on a team that just can't get its act together.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:50:49
my dad like wachting football but he pass this year :(
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:47:35
I wonder how his parents deal with the team losing. I know his Dad likes to watch football, I wonder if it's hard for him to watch his son's team lose again.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:47:05
Exactly country girl! I'm an Arizona cardinal fan & we've had our fair share of horrible seasons but I'll never turn my back on them. Every team has horrible years you just gotta sit through them & hope for the best lol
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:46:46
BOB just got through at the podium. I don't know if JJ will come to the podium (he usually does after home game) or if he'll be interviewed in the locker room.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:46:15
does any one want to be my friend on her
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:46:12
It's not easy to be a Texans fan sometimes.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:42:57
The Colts were barely able to beat the Jaguars this past Sunday during overtime but they easily beat the Texans? Wow.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:42:54
do you want to be my friend on her
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:41:35
Hahaha jackie
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:40:45
I'm not Texans fan just jj fan but I won't turn my back on them. I agree if u can't hang tuff during and yes stay away during good. Hell I've Bern a cowboys fan for over 50 years win lose or tie and everybody knows how they play but they're my team no matter. Same with jj and his Texans
Country girl
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:40:36
is houston texans playing this week can someone let me know please
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:40:19
@ Beach Girl- That was from when they told him they were going to take him back to the locker room to evaluate him for a concussion. When he first had to come out after that hit, they were going to check him out, but he put himself back in the game. Then they were talking to him while the D was on the field and I think that's when they told him they wanted to check him out and he got pissed off.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:39:05
If they can't beat Jacksonville next week then all is lost. They're not making the playoffs, that's for damn sure. I hate to take beef with what JJ says, but he can't say anything about people not giving this team a chance when they go out there and stink it up and break their fans hearts like that. There's a reason why the league looks at the schedule and when they see Texans, they think "ooh, an extra bye week for us". I'm sure I'm overly bitter, but I can't help myself. These guys get paid millions. MILLIONS. And they can't go out there and do their job?!
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:36:19
I know he was on iv'S and they still lost
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:35:21
The more they talk about how limited Hasselbeck was, the more embarrassed I am for the Texans.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:35:05
The Defense needs to step ot up when JJ is being double/triple teamed.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:34:08
They do have free players...but they're not making plays...did u notice how terrible the cornerbacks are? The recievers have like 5 steps on them
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:33:19
Wonder if he spoke to Andre after the game. I think they were close when he played for Houston.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:32:59
So disappointed. So very disappointed. Started to do well then zip. They made a point of showing jj being double teamed. There has got to be a way to free up somebody to get one of the double team off so big plays can be made. Other teams Do it when necessary unless it really is a conspiracy to hold jj down lol
Country girl
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:32:32
I think he probably left...he probably knows he can't speak to the media...I'm sure he's back in the locker room seething and showering
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:31:50
You see what the cameras show you. That doesn't mean it didn't happen
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:31:45
Did JJ leave after the last snap? They didn't show him with any of the Colts players
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:31:39
I'll still support them! & I'm not even a Texans fan lmao I just always hate it when a fan base turns their back on their team. If you're not going to support them during the bad times don't be there for the good times.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:31:24
I think he hugged 1 or 2 just after the last victory snap, but he left the field right after that
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:31:04
No you didn't miss it vet I bet he's not on the hugging mood
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:30:58
is houston texans playing this week
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:29:34
They said the average age of the Indy Colts players tonight was 32 years old. And we couldn't beat them.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:28:57
I don't see JJ hugging anyone on the field, did I miss it?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:27:54
At least the Astros are winning
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:27:19
Ugh......... Seriously texans. ๐Ÿ˜ž poor JJ bet he's pissed but I'm gonna support them no matter what
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:26:44
@ Vet 25:41- I didn't say I was getting off this board, why are you saying goodbye to me on here? LOL! It was a joke, silly.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:26:22
Something has to change
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:26:18
None of them made big plays. The defense was absolutely pathetic. I'd cut every single damn one of them if I could, and make them re-try for their position. I know it doesn't work that way, but I would want to do that.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:26:13
Or any play?????
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:25:41
"I will not watch another Texans game." ok bye
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:24:43
And everyone will point at JJ because he didn't make the big play.......which is BS
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:24:40
I will not watch another Texans game.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:24:12
Come on JJ. Please.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:23:46
Ah geez
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:21:43
Yeah game over now what?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:21:23
Stick in a fork in 'em. They're done and so am I.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:21:15
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:21:12
Game over
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:18:14
13 penalties...yikes
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:17:54
They still have the two minute warning to stop the clock.
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:13:25
Maybe they can score and get overtime?? I hope so!!!
Anonymous (Legend) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:12:51
They can't score twice in 3 mins..this game is over
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:12:31
@ Vet 09:23- LOL! Did you see where he couldn't watch Novak kick that FG?
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on 2015-10-08T20:12:00
They need to get a turnover or get the Colts off the field quick. The clock is starting to become an issue for the Texans. They can tie it and sent it to overtime, or do a 2 point conversion.
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