True or False: JJ Watt needs to atone for some of his season-ending injuries if the Texans are to return to the NFL Playoffs in 2018.?
JJ Watt has been haunted by season-ending injuries that have left Texans fans murmuring nothing but "What ifs?" and "If onlys...", and he and DeShaun Watson REALLY need to atone for their season-ending injuries last season and do their best to help the Texans contend for a division title and a return trip to the the NFL Playoffs.
The Texans are two different teams with JJ Watt, because with him, they have a chance to beat anyone in the NFL, but without him, they are doomed, and everyone in Houston, Texas knows it.
Is it true that JJ Watt REALLY needs to redeem himself for some of his season-ending injuries that have haunted him in the past if the Houston Texans are to return to the NFL Playoffs in 2018.
- 2 years agoFavorite Answer
I disagree with the others, he does need to atone. Watt's reliance on overtraining and PEDs have made him vulnerable to injuries. He needs to prove to the Texans he's not another steroid freak or pay back the money he's stolen from the Texans.
- MadDogSousa21Lv 62 years ago
- gary wLv 52 years ago
atone? not there fault getting injured. houston will be better if those guys are in there , but they have jacksonville to deal with and tennessee is not bad.
- Anonymous2 years ago
That you Sophie? Trying your hand at sports?
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- Lonesome RhodesLv 62 years ago
Do you even know what "atone" means?
If Watt plays as he has in the past Houston has a great shot at making the playoffs. He was hurt while playing football so he doesn't owe the Texans anything more than giving his best effort.
- LegFuJohnsonLv 72 years ago
It would help if they stayed healthy. Obviously.
That's not what atone means.
- curtisports2Lv 72 years ago
You don't atone for being hurt. You recover from being hurt. Look up the meaning of atonement.