Texans’ JJ Watt Wants to Play Offense
One of JJ Watt’s favorite activities to during practice is catch passes from the Jugs machine. He started off his college career at Central Michigan as a tight end before transferring to Wisconsin. Now, according to the Houston Chronicle, JJ Watt has been lobbying head coach Gary Kubiak for some time on the offensive side of the ball.
Kubiak said after Tuesday’s practice that he has toyed with the idea of a “Wisconsin Goal Line Package” with former Badgers Garrett Graham and Owen Daniels, with JJ Watt yet to have a determined spot.
Being 6-5, 289lbs and extremley agile, Watt may be a nice wrinkle on the goal line with Andre Johnson on the outside. Will the Texans risk the Defensive Player of the Year being injured on an offensive play seems to be the underlying issue.