By Anne Marie Brandt on Dec 16, 2012 | Reply
JJ you are a true pro player. It was obvious you were playing for those 20 little Angels and the 6 bigger Angels, plus our local hero, Chris F. They are all in our hearts and prayers! Congratulations to you and the other Texans, AFC SW Champs!
By Kathy Young of chillicothe,MO on Dec 29, 2012 | Reply
To J.J. Watt, thank yo for taking the time to rember Newtown, Conn. Seeing the picture where you paid tribute to those in Mewtown, Conn. not only touched my heart but it has also strenthened my faith that there are still good and decent people in this world. Thank you from my family to yours and god bless you and your family for your thoughtful gesture. Go Texans!!!!
By RobM1981 on Dec 29, 2012 | Reply
I live in the NY/NJ area and was a fan of Strahan. He, too, is a class act.
If anyone is going to take Strahan’s title, it couldn’t happen to someone more worthy than this.
This world needs more “Good Guys.”
God bless you, JJ
By fawziya on Dec 29, 2012 | Reply
You are a true hero. Thanks for remembering those families who lost thore beloved ones. Keep up the
good work and let us all keep them on outr heart.
By Dr. Brian Nathanson on Dec 29, 2012 | Reply
Thank you for being such a great role model. I live in Newtown and it has been 2 weeks since this tragedy occurred. I drove down to Sandy Hook today to pay my respects and found that the weather soaked memorials have been cleared away. It is people like you J.J. who will help us heal an never forget the 26 souls lost that day. Please keep their memory alive.
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