NFL: Texans JJ is Just Watt Football Needs

Brittany Sirabella
New York Giants, JJ Watt
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - DECEMBER 15: J.J. Watt #99 of the Houston Texans celebrates his teams win over the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on December 15, 2018 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images)

J.J. Watt is one of the most prolifically adroit and adept defensive ends in the entire game of football past and present.  Watt is a powerhouse in every sense of the word and is a true playmaker.

What makes Watt truly admirable are not just the amazing plays he makes, but all of the wonderful things he does off the field.  Watt is one of the classiest people you will find.  He makes it his mission to give back in any way he can.    Through his foundation the J.J. Watt Foundation, he has helped countless individuals by providing middle schoolers across the country with after school opportunities like athletics so they can learn important skills needed for football and beyond.  Watt has also provided funding for schools that need it and has made a difference in the lives of students and faculty by providing sports gear and equipment enriching the lives of all involved.  When disaster hit Texas in the form of the highly destructive Hurricane Harvey, Watt hosted a fundraiser to benefit the Houston area and it’s school’s athletic departments and to provide essential supplies to those affected by the aftermath.  To show his appreciation for some of our nation’s hardest workers, Watt gave the VIP experience to teachers providing them tickets to his Charity Classic.  Through his donations and dedicated time, Watt has been a pillar of hope and positivity for those that need it most.

Watt is one of the kindest, most down-to-earth guys you will ever find.  On the field he is a force to be reckoned with, but off of it he is nothing but a beacon of light!  Watt makes it an absolute honor and privilege to be a fan of his and there are not enough positive words to describe Watt and the impact he has made in the game of football and beyond! 

Watt and his brothers Derek and T.J. will host a game show called “Ultimate Tag” which is set to premiere on May 20th on FOX.