J.J. Watt’s skill set is just unfair sometimes.
The Houston Texans defensive end is one of the best defensive players in football, but he’s showcased his offensive abilities, too, this season. He scored a touchdown in Week 2 against the Oakland Raiders, and he found paydirt again Sunday afternoon.
Watt lined up wide left against the Cleveland Browns on first down. The Browns put single coverage on the massive target, and Houston quarterback Ryan Mallett exploited that mismatch. Watt ran a fade route to the back corner of the end zone and made a tumbling catch just barely pulling it down in bounds.
The touchdown is Watt’s second receiving score of the season and fourth overall. Watt also becomes the answer to a potentially fantastic trivia question, as that touchdown pass was the first of Mallett’s career.