So you brought it up to show Watt is capable of intercepting a pass for a TD? Fantastic and totally irrelevant regarding a conversation involving this year's DMVP.
I brought up the video in response to another poster to show Watt has done that, in the playoffs.
I think we both can agree each player is playing unreal. However, this is what is getting me. 1 is criticized for having a few mediocre games and the other is given a pass for having a few himself. I can make the same arguments Von getting double teamed and so on.
Disparity, 15 & 15, never been done.
Yeah and you shouldn't have a problem thinking Watt is deserving. If Watt didn't exist Miller would probably be the favorite.
It's Watt's to lose.
Btw, it's not an excuse for Watt's performance. Wade and JJ both said after the game. Wade also said it was the reasoning for Houston not blitzing much. Chicago's o-line is pathetic, im sure you know this. Besides, like I already mentioned, even though he didn't record any sacks he had a solid game considering the circumstances. You would know if you actually watched the game.
Secondly, both have damn near the same stats as I've mentioned prior. Total tackles, stuffs, tackles for loss, sacks etc. Difference in turnovers and PDs for each. One is deemed without question the favorite because the logic is he means more to the Texans. Now this is my problem. Who are you (not really you specifically) to say Watt's effect is more impactful than Miller? Unless you've watching both teams each game, I think you're just throwing out BS hoping it'll stick
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