J.J. Watt shut out for first time in career four years after telling Saints to 'try somebody else at right tackle' (1 Viewer)

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By Sean Wagner-McGough | CBS Sports

When was the last time you watched a Texans football game that involved a healthy J.J. Watt and forgot he was even playing? When was the last time Watt was invisible?

It might not have ever happened ever before, but it happened on Monday night, when the Saints pitched a shutout against Watt during their 30-28 win over the Texans. In a shootout, Watt failed to record a sack, a quarterback hit, or even a tackle. According to NFL Research, it was the first time in Watt's nine-year, 105-game career that he's gone hit-less and tackle-less in a game.

He was almost invisible. He doesn't show up once on the stat sheet.

"I didn't hear a lot of Watt's name," said Saints coach Sean Payton, per NOLA.com. ...

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