J.J. Watt Just Had The Best Defensive Season Ever

WSJJ.J. Watt of the Houston Texans, who will be playing in Sunday’s AFC divisional playoff game against New England, is having what is, hands down, the best season for a defensive lineman in recent history—if not the best season ever.  In the regular season, the 6-foot-5, 290-pounder achieved the “Triple Crown” for a defensive lineman: he became the first player to lead the NFL in run stuffs (tackles for losses on rushing plays), quarterback sacks and batted passes…

OB-VX513_COUNT0_G_20130108201204Watt’s combined numbers are staggeringly good.  I have said Adrian Peterson is the clear choice for MVP, but after looking at this Watt might be the best choice.  It’s crazy how this season compares to the best seasons that hall of famers Bruce Smith, Michael Strahan and Cortez Kennedy ever had.  Watt’s numbers make them look pedestrian.

 
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