• Honors keep coming for Watt

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Jan 28, 2013
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    • J.J. Watt's pinkie helps save the Pro Bowl

      The Pro Bowl had petered out, reaching walk-through levels a year ago. Which created a threat: If players didn’t put forth more effort, the game could go away. So Peyton Manning gave a speech at the start of the week and some defensive linemen -- J.J. W
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    • Watt’s finger injury was a cut pinky

      This year’s Pro Bowl set a much different tone than last year’s don’t-Tase-me-bro game of two-hand-touch, thanks to the blood that was gushing from the hand of Texans defensive end J.J. Watt. Even as the intensity of the game faded in the second hal
    • J.J. Watt lines up again at receiver, NFC uses Jason Pierre-Paul at corner and he picks off Andrew Luck

      The athletic ability of NFL players really should never be forgotten. Houston's 295-pound defensive end J.J. Watt lined up at receiver in the first quarter of the Pro Bowl, and ran a decent route against Bears cornerback Charles Tillman on a ball that w…
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    • J.J. Watt lines up for a play at wide receiver, and did he really suffer a bad finger injury?

      Oh, the thoughts that must have gone through Bears cornerback Charles Tillman's head when he lined up on defense for a third down play and saw Houston defensive end J.J. Watt lined up wide across from him. Watt is 6-5, 295 pounds. He came in for a third…
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    • Watt bloodies hand at Pro Bowl

      The Pro Bowl has been criticized for a lack of intensity in the past. No more. Because J.J. Watt is here. In the first few minutes of the game, the Texans defensive star already had blood pouring from his hand. He didn’t know how it happened, but he had
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    • J.J. Watt suffers injury to finger on left hand in Pro Bowl

      Somewhere between splitting out as a wide receiver on the third play from scrimmage for the AFC and the midpoint of the first quarter, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt mangled a finger on his left hand. In an interview with Michelle Tafoya during …
  • NFC comes out on top in entertaining Pro Bowl

    HONOLULU - J.J. Watt’s left pinkie was a bloody mess in the first quarter of Sunday’s Pro Bowl. Some Texans fans may have panicked, but Watt didn’t leave the game. He played nearly all of the first half, and the image of him running around blood-s
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