The All-Encompassing Watt Thread

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  1. J.R.

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    Houston Dash player Kealia Ohai confirms she's dating J.J. Watt

    Houston Dash star Kealia Ohai, the sister-in-law of Watt teammate Brian Cushing, recently revealed on a podcast that she's dating Watt, the defensive end who's on the sidelines this season, thanks to an injury.

    "The rumors are true. We are dating," Ohai said on the 2 Up Front podcast in early October.


    "I've known J.J. for a really long time, and we've always been really great friends, and yeah, I'm really proud of him for everything he's been going through, but it's been pretty crazy with all the rumors," the 24-year-old said.​
     
  2. zeeshan2

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    Beautiful article from Watt courtesy of the Player's Tribune:

    http://www.theplayerstribune.com/jj-watt-am-i-done/
     
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    Let me get this straight... there is a chance that JJ Watt will be brothers in-law with Cushing as they both could be married to Houston Dash players?! Can I just get an invite to that Thanksgiving dinner?!
     
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    Cushing's wife doesn't play for the Dash, only her sister does.
     
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    forgive me... I was.. um... distracted.
     
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    Where do you stand on J.J. Watt?
    J.J. Watt has become one of the more polarizing athletes in sports today. At times he seems like the greatest guy in the world. Other times, it seems like he's just showing off for the camera. On Wednesday, he offered to pay the $100,000 fine of Houston Rockets owner Les Alexander by tweeting "Les, I know you got it, but if you need us to chip in, we got you fam. #RunAsOne." To me, this is Watt trying to become part of the story as there's less than zero chance Alexander asks Watt to help him pay the fine. What do you think of him?
     
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    Is this writer serious? Also, what the hell is SI Extra Mustard? Sports journalism today is a cesspool.
     
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    What's good, fam?
    I don't think watt does it to get his name out there. He is just is loyal to his city. Kind of like when we offered to pay for Van Gundy's fine for talking about the maltreatment of Big Yao in that Dallas series. We weren't going to actually pay for it. It just seemed like the appropriate thing to say. Bleed the H. Naw what I mean'?
     
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    It's a little bit of both. If all he wanted to do was pay for the fine I'm sure he could have gotten the message to Les without using social media. He definitely likes the attention (most of us would too) and I can't get mad. He is a public figure and he is maximizing it as most athletes would like to do. He is able to garner all the attention by doing commendable things. Sure beats the alternative.
     
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    So with all of the Ray Rices, Hardy's, failed drug tests, etc., and the NFL has a superstar here always doing good things and being a model citizen, people are now b******g about it too?

    I don't want to live on this planet anymore.
     
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    I say we sit back and let the bitches bitch. They obviously don't know a good thing if it slapped them on the tit.
     
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