Four tackles for a loss.
Five quarterback hits.
One pass deflection.
Sunday's win 27-13 victory at Jacksonville saw J.J. Watt fill up the stat sheet once again.
"What more can you say," head coach Bill O'Brien said after impressive performance. "I said this to
someone this week, the guy really is a factor on every single play. When you really watch the film closely, it's pretty neat to watch that on every single play he can affect the game, whether it's a batted pass or a sack or a tackle for a loss or maybe they're running away from him and he chases it down."
Watt, as he's done throughout this season, played a variety of positions on each side of the defensive line. Being able to move around and exploit matchups is something Watt enjoyed.
"I was a little bit of everywhere and that's how you like it," Watt said. "You get a chance to rush from all different positions. I just go out there and try to take advantage of whomever I'm playing."
The fourth-year defensive end has been an incredible challenge for opposing offenses. He's dealt with
The Texans faced the Jaguars at EverBank Field on Sunday.
double-teams, help from tight ends and running backs. He's routinely held. According to O'Brien, Watt steams onward.
"Watt doesn't get frustrated," O'Brien said. "He just keeps plowing ahead, he's a relentless player, and he just knows that every play, like he says, is an opportunity to make a play and help the team, and that's a great attitude."
Watt's time with the media after the win had a light-hearted moment. He was asked about his "two sacks", and Watt jokingly said "three?" back to the reporter.
"Just checking, brother," Watt said. "Those suckers are hard to get."
He now has 14.5 sacks on the season, and 51 in his career.