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Default Two articles about JJ Watt's season

The Defeatist

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The following table shows the top six Defeat totals of the last 20 years. There is a tie between two playoff-relevant players at the bottom, which is why the list extends to seven names.
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Player	    Position	 Year	Defeats
J.J. Watt	      DE	 2012	 56
Ray Lewis	      LB	 1999	 45
Derrick Brooks	 LB	 1999	 42
Ed McDaniel	    LB	 1998	 40
Zach Thomas	    LB	 1998	 40
Ray Lewis	      LB	 2003	 39
Von Miller	     LB	 2012	 39
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Here’s one last mind-boggler: Watt in the red zone. He has three sacks, two forced fumbles, six tackles for a loss, two tackles for no gain and three deflected passes, one of which was intercepted by a teammate and returned to set up a score. Watt’s red-zone big play production trumps many defensive linemen’s whole-field big play production.
JJ Watt: Football's Triple Crown Winner

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In the regular season, the 6-foot-5, 290-pounder achieved the "Triple Crown" for a defensive lineman: he became the first player to lead the NFL in run stuffs (tackles for losses on rushing plays), quarterback sacks and batted passes.


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But this doesn't even do his season justice: Since Stats LLC began recording all three categories in 1992, his 23.5 run stuffs were nearly double the second most recorded—12 by Indianapolis Colts linebacker Kavell Conner in 2011. Watt's 15 batted passes also far exceeded the second-best mark of 11 by Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen in 2007. And the 20.5 sacks Watt recorded were just two off the all-time single-season record by Michael Strahan, formerly of the New York Giants.
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