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JJ Watt Not Worried About His Role In Crennel’s 3-4

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Houston (CBS Houston) – One of the biggest questions for the Texans this offseason  (other than who they’ll draft) has been how JJ Watt will fit in Romeo Crennel’s new defensive scheme.

“I actually haven’t met him yet.” Watt told SportsRadio 610’s Sean and Rich.

Crennel’s scheme is considered more of a traditional 3-4. It calls for defensive ends to spend more time taking up blocks, leaving less time to rush the passer. And although they haven’t met, the two have spoken briefly via phone. The conversation may have not been hardcore X’s and O’s, but Crennel’s track record is enough to affirm Watt’s faith in the new system.

“We haven’t talked about that yet, but I’m sure he has a great plan.” Watt said.

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