HOUSTON -- After the Texans win over Jacksonville Sunday, defensive end J.J. Watt appeared to be favoring his right arm.
Watt said after the game that he hurt it during a sack and fumble of Blake Bortles in the first half.
The good news is X-rays were negative. Watt said he would get it checked out more during the week. More good news – the injury won't keep him from playing next weekend.
“It’s playoff football now,” he said. “It doesn’t matter. You can cut it off. I’ll still play.”
Watt and the rest of the defense held the Jaguars to 3 points and 119 yards of offense, the second-fewest yards allowed in team history.
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