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J.J. Watt, Who Once Wore a Letterman Jacket, Tells Zach Mettenberger "This Isn't High School"

J.J. Watt has a lot of good qualities. Self-awareness isn't one of them.

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J.J. Watt is the best defensive player in the game right now.  He wreaked havoc on the Titans yesterday like he does to every other team every other Sunday during the NFL season.  That gives him the right to pretty much say whatever he wants (I guess, technically, the Bill of Rights gives him that right....but I digress).

However, if he is going to criticize someone for taking selfies by saying "this isn't high school," he might want to do a real quick inventory of his life and see if that is the smartest thing to say.


See, J.J., in this picture (where you look like a tool) you are wearing a Letterman's jacket.  Surely your aren't dumb enough to not know that a Letterman jacket is something that is worn exclusively by high schoolers, right?

The best part about this is that the Texans wore these stupid jackets to New England back in 2012 when they were 11-1.  They lost that game to the Patriots 42-14 in front of a national audience on Monday Night Football.

So maybe next time J.J. should come up with a better criticism.

For the Texans trolls- Yes, your team is better than ours and you beat us yesterday.  That doesn't change the fact that J.J. Watt is a tool.