JJ Watt should be kicked out of the NFL...

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  1. BullNation4Life

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    Don't know if this was posted yet but I had to get this off my chest...

    How despicable can one human be? Well how about being JJ Watt and starting a bench clearing brawl at a slow pitch softball game? This behavior goes beyond ridiculous and should be handled by Roger Goodell swiftly and harshly...

    here, see for yourselves...:clown:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2zmAkgs1t7Q

    here is JJ mic'ed up...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=gV7xMQZIZzQ


    ps: loved when Earl Mitchell put somebody in a figure 4 leglock....
     
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    Kareem Jackson ran up on some big guy, grabbed his lower leg and started chewing on it. Funny.

    $300,000.00 is a pretty tidy sum for a charity event. Nice job, Watt Foundation. :clap:
     
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    Bigger than life, very cool.
     
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    I am just so proud of this kid! I love the way he is with children; puts a lump in my throat. He needs to get a key to the city IMO. I don't care how many sacks he gets, he is a man among men.
     
  5. BullNation4Life

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    It's easy to good to kids when you are big kid yourself. He tends to relate to them...

    wish Texans had 22 just like him...
     
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    Yeah I do also. Rotated 5 of them on my Waverunner Sunday.
     
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    That nameless "somebody" - that "big guy" happens to be #60, Ben Jones, who is probably our future at center...and in one man's opinion - mine - probably 1st round talent who we got in the 4th.

    I like a little of Keshawn fielding, some great yuk yuks from TJ Yates tearing down the fence, and Schaub being a stupid goofy. More than that though, I'm sure this has been posted before, but it actually made my eyes sting, like water was going to come out when I saw it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyP7N6kGYmY

    Okay, I'm man enough to admit it: this one brought tears for real.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSfkq7cXlj0

    Every time I QB's bones snap an angel gets his wings.
     
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    Matt Schaub - LF...?
    Duane Brown LCF??

    Wait, WHAT?!? Who made THAT lineup?
    :headhurts:

    Seriously.
    Thanks for posting. MSR.
    Thoroughly enjoyed the mic'd up vid.
    Dude will OWN this town
     


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    Perki-Perk DieHard Texan!

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    I'm pretty sure some awesome just leaked out of my eye!
     
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    This town loved Earl Campbell, and he was a quite type. A hard worker but he did not seek the limelight. My favorite football player of all time, and I'm an Aggie.

    Of the current players this town embraces AJ, but I don't remember anyone having the impact of JJ Watt. And he is quickly becoming my favorite.

    He has had such an impact on me I have donated to his foundation, and I have bought his jersey, the 1st jersey I have ever bought, and I am old enough to remember George Blanda as an Oiler.

    :swatter:

    Thank you JJ was being such a great citizen.
     
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    I think he already does.
     
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    Deserves its own thread.
     
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    It is pretty detailed. These guys do good work.
     
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    Yes that article does a great job of explaining, in depth, while using laymans terms, just how badly Watt was beating offensive linemen last year.
     

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