Houston, Texas (PRWEB) July 03, 2013
Defensive end J.J. Watt was drafted in the 2011 NFL draft by the Houston Texans. Coming out of the University of Wisconsin, Watt went in the first round and the 11th overall pick. In his 2012 season with the team, Watt racked up a few accolades, including AFC Defensive Player of the Year. After earning such an honor, as well as many more, in only his second year of play, it is obvious that Watt is going to continue to soar. His potential is through the roof if he stays healthy, and could potentially be the best defensive player ever in the NFL. Watt, at 24 years old, had an absolutely dominating season in 2012. He led the NFL with 20.5 sacks, and he did so while having to play with an elbow injury. Beyond his league-leading sack total, Watt also deflected 16 passes, made 81 tackles, and forced 4 fumbles. Although he is young, he has already accomplished so much and has not even reached his peak. Many believe he has a long way to go to obtain Hall of Fame status, but at this rate it is very possible. In 2012 the Texans led the AFC South with a 12-4 record. J.J. Watt was a huge part of that winning record, and he will most likely continue to be over the years. To keep up with the Texans and J.J. Watt news, visit http://www.Texans-Tickets.net. Customers that visit the site will find the lowest prices on the web for Houston Texans tickets, as well as no service fees. The site also offers an active Texans blog and social media fan hub to stay connected and engaged.