If I was going to send J.J. Watt a cheesy message, it would go something like this:
Me: Heyyyyy, J.J….Watt’s up?
His imagined response: Not much babe. Just working on my bod.
Me: Well, keep it up. Cuz you are looking goooood!
J.J.: Funny. Was just going to tell you that. In fact…
And let’s just cut it off right there, shall we?
Justin James Watt is known as one of the biggest, baddest defenders in the National Football League. At 6’5” and 295 pounds, the Houston Texans defensive end is known for his wingspan and large mitts, so much so…that it earned him the nickname “J.J. Swatt,” courtesy of ESPN commentator and former coach Jon Gruden. Although my college sorority sister, Shannon, prefers J.J. Hott. I’m with her.
When preparing to face him, the defensive players of the New England Patriots have been known to hold tennis racquets up during practice to simulate Watt’s impact on the offense. With 20 quarterback sacks last season, that’s what you call making a racket!
And you know what they say about big hands…
Big ball security risk.