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JJ Watt Getting Praised For What He Said After Today’s Loss

A closeup of JJ Watt with his helmet off.
A closeup of JJ Watt with his helmet off.

When asked about regrouping for the Texans’ final game of the season, Houston star defensive end JJ Watt had a passionate response.

The Texans suffered yet another disappointing loss on Sunday, falling to the Cincinnati Bengals 37-31. Houston now sit with a 4-11 record heading into Week 17.

Watt feels for the fans and the people who care about their team week in and week out. He acknowledged the privileged life he and his teammates live on a daily basis, getting paid to play the game they love.

“There are a whole lot of people that watch us and invest their time, and their money into buying our jerseys — and a bunch of [expletive],” Watt said after the loss. “And they care about it, they care every single week. We’re in Week 16 and we’re 4-11, and there’s fans

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NBA Twitter reacts after Rockets take 58 3-pointers in loss to Thunder

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Yes, the Rockets hoisted 58 3-pointers and lost. They did make 23 3-pointers, but 35 missed shots from deep reminded people of Game 7 of the 2018 Western Conference finals when Houston missed 27 straight 3-pointers in a loss to the Warriors.

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As you can imagine, NBA Twitter had a lot of fun with the Rockets

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