J.J. Watt Wins Defensive Player Of The Year To Tie RecordHouston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was named the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year award for the second straight year and third time in his career to tie New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor as the lonly player to win the award three times.
An Open Letter to people who write athletes open lettersJohn Lopez has less than nice things to say to the people who like to write Open letters.
J.J. Watt Wins PFWA Defensive Player Of The Year The Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is in the offseason, but that doesn't mean he's out of the news. Watt was named the Pro Football Writers of America's Defensive Player of the Year on Wednesday.
ICYMI: Dwight Howard Nails Full Court Backwards Shot; J.J. Watt Plays With FlyersYou have a long weekend and occasionally you can miss things. Here is our favorite thing from this weekend that you might have missed, including Dwight Howard making full court shots and J.J. Watt playing some hockey.
Hammond: Hoyer, O'Brien Cost Texans vs. ChiefsChiefs 30, Texans 0. Why O'Brien didn't bench Hoyer. Watt on the goal line.
Watt Scheduled for Tuesday Surgery to Fix GroinThe Texans star player is set to have surgery on Tuesday to fix his injured groin
Team Grades: Texans Fail Playoff Test Miserably, Especially On OffenseFour first-half turnovers by quarterback Brian Hoyer didn't entirely bury the Houston Texans in their playoff home game against the Kansas City Chiefs, but it certainly didn't help, either.
Watt’s Groin Finally Forces Him From ActionJ.J. Watt talks about the groin injury that forced him from the Texans playoff game
J.J. Watt Calls Texans Season a DisappointmentThe Texans star player calls the 2015 season a disappointment
Watt Calls Out Fisher for "Dirty Play"J.J. Watt calls out Chiefs lineman Eric Fisher for his extra activity after his injury
Turnovers Doom Texans In Shutout Loss To Chiefs 30-0The Texans are unable to overcome the five Brian Hoyer turnovers in their playoff loss
J.J. Watt Gets Unanimous Selection To All-Pro TeamHouston's J.J. Watt last year, have been chosen first team at one position and second at another. Watt was a unanimous pick at defensive end for this season's team, as was Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson.