J.J. Watt

J.J. Watt

Height: 6' 5"Weight: 295 lbsAge: 29College: WisconsinDrafted: #11 (1st Rd. by Houston)

2018 Outlook

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J.J. Watt out for season

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Houston Texans pass rusher J.J. Watt (leg) suffered a tibial plateau fracture in Week 5.

Fantasy Impact

As a result of his tibial plateau fracture suffered in Sunday night's Week 5 loss to the Chiefs, Watt will be sidelined for the remainder of the 2017 season. Expect him to land on the injured reserve list in the coming days. With Whitney Mercilus also done for the year with a torn pectoral and Bruan Cushing on a long suspension, Houston's defense is down three of their star players. Still, they'll likely still garner fantasy consideration in the right matchup.

J.J. Watt nearly invisible in blowout win

J.J. Watt recorded a pass defended and a QB hit, but failed to record a tackle in the Texans' blowout win over the Titans.

Fantasy Impact

A step backwards for Watt, who has failed to record a sack in the 2017 season. The Texans hope Watt can rebound next week against the hot Kansas City Chiefs.

Caleb Baggette38 weeks ago
J.J. Watt records six total tackles in loss

J.J. Watt recorded two QB hits on six tackles in the Texans' loss to the Patriots.

Fantasy Impact

Watt continues to improve each week. You can expect the same next week as the Texans take on the Titans in Week 4.

Caleb Baggette38 weeks ago
J.J. Watt records five solo tackles in win

J.J. Watt recorded a QB hit and a pass defended on six tackles, five of which being solo tackles in the Texans' Week 2 win over the Bengals.

Fantasy Impact

Watt did a lot better than he did in Week 1 where he recorded only one tackle. You can expect Watt to continue to build back to his old self.

Caleb Baggette40 weeks ago
J.J. Watt records one tackle, dislocates finger

J.J. Watt recorded a QB hit on his only tackle in the Texans' loss to the Jaguars. Watt also dislocated his finger, but claims it's nothing bad.

Fantasy Impact

While Watt didn't have a great start to the season, there is little reason to worry about the league's best defensive player. Expect Watt to bounce back as he gets back into the routine of playing.

Caleb Baggette40 weeks ago