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HOUSTON Titans rookie Chance Warmack may live to regret his post-game remarks about Houston Texans defensive stud J.J. Watt.

Watt had two sacks at Warmack s expense two swatted passes and five total tackles in Sunday s win over the Titans, but Warmack said he wasn t impressed.

He s just another guy, a talented dude, but he puts his helmet on just like me, Warmack told the Tennesssean on Monday. I am not going to give him any more credit than he deserves. He s a talented player. But everybody has a weakness, and he does, too.

Warmack admitted he made some mistakes in the 30-24 OT loss to the Texans.

The rookie out of Alabama willface Watt again on Dec. 29 at LP Field, but he says he s not worried.

There are some plays where he got beat, so that s the game. You can t get concerned with the name, Warmack told the Tennessean.

Watt, last year s Defensive Player of the Year with 20.5 sacks, will likely do his talking on the field.

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