JJ Watt gets text from Kendrick Lamar about Watt's brother TJ

Rebecca Barbier
Agosto 13, 2017

T.J. younger brother of one of the best defensive players in the National Football League, J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans, made his presence felt in his first game of National Football League action by recording not one, but two sacks in the first quarter of the game alone.

Eventually, though, J.J. found out about T.J.'s debut. "I looked and I was like that was from Kendrick Lamar".

Pittsburgh Steelers rookie outside linebacker T.J. Watt had two sacks in four plays in Friday's preseason opener against the New York Giants and Kendrick Lamar was the one to break the news to his superstar brother J.J. Watt. "So I go on Google, I check it out and it said two sacks in four plays".

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"I came out of a meeting and I actually had a text on my phone, and the first text I saw, it was the most insane thing in the world because I read the text, and it said, 'See your little bro out there balling".

Derek Watt might have missed the start of the game too due to work commitments of his own as the starting fullback for the San Diego Chargers, but he was no less proud when he saw T.J.in action. It was such an awesome moment to see him go out there and do what he does. I'm very excited to watch him play. "He's worked so hard, he's overcome a lot in his career". "So [I'm] a little disappointed". Well when he got out of the meeting, Watt had known what his little brother was doing because, well, Lamar was really the one to tell him.

After he saw the play, Watt tweeted about the performance. So I literally didn't know what to do. I wanted to tweet 'Congratulations on a great first game, ' but then at the same time, I'm like, no, you're on another team. "And somebody will have bragging rights at the end of the year, and hopefully it will be me".

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