The saddest moment of the Texans’ fruitless season came late in Sunday’s convincing loss to the Packers.
J.J. Watt had just made a big fourth quarter stop on third down. As his teammates excitedly bounced all around him, slapping him on the helmet, there was no celebration from Watt. No salute. Nothing. Instead, he quietly jogged back to the sideline.
And, this is where we have to have a tough conversation.
That should be the final third-down tackle the greatest player in franchise history ever makes in a Texans uniform.
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