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Old 10-27-2012   #14
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Default Re: JJ Watts draft day.

Still, they couldn't bring themselves to take a chance with the 11th pick in the draft. Instead of going big, instead of grabbing the best defensive player in the draft (a guy who Mel Kiper was touting as the No. 1 overall pick not long ago), the Texans played it safe and went with the pizza boy


Watt is a great story. But it's hard to imagine him ever being a star. It's hard to see him changing games for Houston on defense
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I like these quotes. Wonder what he thinks now?
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