HOUSTON – Texans defensive end J.J. Watt wasn’t mincing his words when he was asked how he felt about the 23-20 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
“Yes, I’m (angry),” Watt said. “This sucks. Nobody likes to lose, especially like this in your own building. This isn’t fun. I’m sick of it after one loss.”
Watt, who had to get 6 stitches after being cut above the nose, was visibly angry in the locker room. His reaction to the question of how he cut cut?
“I hit people for a living,” Watt said.
Watt finished the game with 8 tackles and half a sack. Part of his frustration stemmed from the fact that the Texans played great against a 3-0 Seattle team, but then let it slip away at the end.
“Finishing. We were dominating. We dominated them the whole first half. In the second half we just didn’t finish the game. It is very, very frustrating, and like I said, we are going to get it corrected,” Watt said. “Whatever we have to do, however long we have to stay, whatever kind of meetings we have to have, whatever kind of practice we have to do, we are going to get it fixed.”
The Texans travel to San Francisco to face the 49ers on Sunday, October 6th.