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Old 10-01-2012   #201
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The unstoppable J.J. Watt

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The Houston Texans have a quarterback who once led the league in passing yards, a running back who once led the league in rushing yards and a wideout who twice led the league in receiving yards. You could be forgiven, then, for crediting the team's 4-0 start to Matt Schaub, Arian Foster and Andre Johnson. While those men are playing well, however, the Texans' perfect record has mostly been driven by a dominant defense, and that defense has in turn been driven by J.J. Watt, a runaway leader for defensive player of the year one month into the season.

The Texans are second in the league in total defense, and first overall in scoring defense, giving up only 14.0 points per game. Football Outsiders' advanced stats paint a similar picture. Through four games, the Texans have the league's top defense overall, as well as the best defense against the pass. (Editor's note: As of Sunday night, Chicago actually outranks Houston in both overall defense and pass defense, but the Bears have played only three games.) Opponents are completing less than 53 percent of their passes against Houston, for only 6.0 yards per attempt, and have been sacked 13 times. The Texans rank in the top five in each of those categories.

Watt is, unquestionably, Houston's brightest star on that side of the ball. A first-round pick out of Wisconsin in 2011, Watt was a starter as soon as he signed his Texans contract. He totaled 5.5 sacks as a rookie while also effectively defending the run.

Our similarity scores system examined Watt's size and production and saw a younger version of Richard Seymour, the versatile lineman who excelled for the New England Patriots teams that won three Super Bowls earlier this century, and is still starting for Oakland a decade later.

Watt set the bar high as a rookie, but his sophomore campaign has been even better. He has at least 1.5 sacks in every game and leads the league with 7.5 quarterback takedowns. Only 10 men have ever collected so many sacks in the season's first four games; those 10 men finished with an average of 14 sacks, showing how hard it is to keep up this kind of production over 16 games.

Even when Watt isn't putting quarterbacks on the ground, though, he's often batting their passes out of the sky. Watt leads all front-seven players with five passes defensed. NaVorro Bowman and Philip Wheeler are the only other front-seven defenders with as many as four tipped passes, and both of those men are coverage linebackers (neither player has a sack this season), not front-line rushers.

And as impressive as all of that sounds, it's still not giving Watt enough respect. At FO, we credit defenders with a "defeat" for all plays that result in negative yardage, a turnover or a stop on third or fourth down. Put that all together, and Watt already has 17 defeats this season, which is far and away the most in the league. (Clay Matthews is in second place with 11.) Jared Allen led the league with 33 defeats in 2011; Watt is already halfway to that total after only four games. In the past 15 years, no defensive lineman has had more defeats in a season than Robert Porcher, who had 37 for the Detroit Lions in 1997. That record is now in serious jeopardy.

These numbers are all remarkable in a vacuum, but they're downright amazing when you consider Watt's role in the Texans' defense. Watt is not a 4-3 end like Allen, or a 3-4 linebacker like DeMarcus Ware. He's not a perimeter rusher. He plays defensive end in Wade Phillips' 3-4 scheme, and that means his first priority on almost every play is to occupy at least one blocker, theoretically clearing space for linebackers like Brian Cushing and Brooks Reed to make plays. Even when the Texans go to a four-man front in nickel and dime situations, Watt usually moves inside to tackle where he can get stuck in traffic, not outside to end where he can work in space. By design, Houston is making it as difficult as possible for Watt to avoid blockers. Watt is responding by taking on those blockers and beating them play after play.

While fantasy football is all about the so-called skill position players, real football games are still usually won and lost in the trenches. As long as Watt is on the field, the Texans won't lose very many battles on the front line.

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Best defensive player: Houston defensive end J.J. Watt. Not easy for a 3-4 defensive end, particularly one in the first month of his second year as a pro, and particularly one playing with a nagging elbow injury that requires the elbow to be braced, to lead the NFL with 7.5 sacks and five passes batted down at the line. He makes it clear, correctly, that being on a defense with a great young cast has been a huge assist for him. But the way he can speed about the edge and bull-rush inside with equal skill has made it impossible to block him one-on-one consistently.

He's had at least one sack in every game this year, and dating to last year's two playoff games, Watt has 11 sacks in his last six games -- insane for a 3-4 defensive end. Notified of this incredibly prestigious honor, being named the best defensive player of the first month of the season, Watt said after his two-sack game against Tennessee Sunday: "I appreciate that, but it's only one quarter of the season. We've got lots to do.''
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Best team: Houston. San Francisco looked like it Sunday in the 34-0 rout of the discombobulated Jets. Atlanta looked like it in the 27-3 beatdown of the Chargers in San Diego in Week 3. And the Patriots looked like it rolling up 45 points in the last 25 minutes at Buffalo Sunday. But the Texans were September's Team, winning by 20, 20, 6 and 24 points.

I don't want overestimate the pluck of the quarterback, but who survives the two hits on consecutive plays that Matt Schaub took last week in Denver, a $15,750 whack by Von Miller and a $50,000 (plus suspension) helmet-to-helmet ear-eater by Joe Mays? (Schaub, by the way, told me the death of his earlobe has been greatly exaggerated. "My ear's fine,'' he said dismissively Sunday. "That thing got blown way out of proportion.'')

Watt told me he thought the Texans were the best team in the league right now. Said Schaub: "We're a team that's built to win many different ways. If we need to win 10-7, we can. We can run if we have to. We can throw. And our defense can win a game. Our defense created 14 points today.'' And there's depth at running back and all over the defense. This is a team that should be built for January, finally.
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That gave me goosebumps, LOL. JJ Watt is the kind of player that elevates a defense to Super Bowl caliber, a la Ray Lewis.
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Outside of the 2 sacks, 4 tackles and 1 assist he did hold Watt in check,

But that's kinda like the Bills defense bragging "we shut down the Patriots offense in the first half."
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If JJ's not special, what does that say about Harris?

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A photo breakdown of J.J. and his swim move in Denver...http://www.grantland.com/blog/the-tr...k-3-in-the-nfl
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A photo breakdown of J.J. and his swim move in Denver...http://www.grantland.com/blog/the-tr...k-3-in-the-nfl
Hey, Bruce Irivin got a sack, and all he had to do was shove aside Brian Bulaga with what should have been an illegal hands to the face penalty. Great job, we should definitely give him more credit for getting that one by the replacement refs.
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Say Watt again, I dare you, I double dare you, say Watt one more GD time!

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How long before some genius in the NFL tries to say that JJ Watt's arm brace is what is actually helping him be so dominant? That he's using it as a club or some sort of block-shedding device?

Somebody will say it. Somebody will try and make that glove fit, thinking there's just no possible way that this guy is THAT good. I mean, he was originally just a tight end for crying out loud! Wait and see.
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Archive footage of J.J. Watt "playing" with a young Mark Sanchez.
Note: J.J. is little more than a "white blur" in the footage.

WARNING: The footage may be disturbing for some viewers...from N.Y.

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(on his success against the Texans and what he expects from Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips’ defense) “I think if what I expect from (Defensive Coordinator) Wade (Phillips) is probably that they’ll continue the same formula because right now they’re probably one-two in every category almost defensively, fifth in sacks all that stuff. It starts with the personnel and when you look at their players. Obviously (DE) J.J. Watt, if you have a vote for Defensive Player of the Year how do you not give it to that young man? Seven and a half sacks already, 10 hits on the quarterback, 10 tackles for loss, six PBUs, two for interceptions, he’s really struggling out there is what it looks like to me. He’s been absolutely tremendous.
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(on if Texans DE J.J. Watt reminds him of anyone) “I’d say maybe like Dan Hampton. That kind of length and size and power. That’s the kind of guy he reminds me of.”
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"He might be the first overall pick if you’re having that draft all over again. He might be the first overall pick."
Yep, that's what I've been saying.
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If Rex had signed up on TT and posted those thoughts on our team he'd have been flamed as the biggest homer of all time. That was positively gushing. Was he getting mixed up between Monday's opponent's and a nice pair of feet??
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If Rex had signed up on TT and posted those thoughts on our team he'd have been flamed as the biggest homer of all time. That was positively gushing. Was he getting mixed up between Monday's opponent's and a nice pair of feet??
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JJ Watt has more sacks than the New York Jets defense on the season.

True story.

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