Just before halftime of the first playoff game of the year, Texans defensive end JJ Watt made a spectacular interception and returned it for a touchdown. It gave the Texans a seven-point lead heading into halftime, and they never looked back.
JJ Watt. Athlete.
Those are incredible ball skills. There's probably some luck involved, but there's also reaction time, instincts, athleticism and a guy who knows how to catch a football. That's spectacular, and it almost never happens.
Watt was a tight end at Central Michigan before transferring to Wisconsin, where they made him into the stud defensive end he is today. Now he's on to the divisional round of the playoffs.
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