The Houston Texans are feeling quite confident on their chances of sweeping the NFL regular season this time around. With Arian Foster reportedly returning to boost the Houston Texans' roster, it looks like JJ Watt now has a formidable NFL team to work with. Apart from the return of the injured running back, the Houston Texans can also expect a record breaking performance from DeAndre Hopkins who vows to do everything in his power to help the JJ Watt-led team make the playoffs this NFL season.
Speaking with ESPN, Houston Texans star JJ Watt could not help but rave over the new and improved defense of his NFL team - a piece of information that will not bode well for the Kansas City Chiefs. Describing his excitement as somewhat "animalistic" in its aggression, the Houston Texans star look forward to the NFL match against the Kansas City Chiefs as the best platform to show off the reportedly remarkable defense strategies created by his team.
"I can't wait," raved JJ Watt, referring to the upgraded system of the Houston Texans. He added, "I can't wait to play real football with this defense in a game with our home crowd. I've been trying to tell some of the new guys, you've got Rahim and Vince, what the atmosphere is like on a Sunday. You can't even put it into words. We can't wait to get out there and help electrify our fans. Our defense has a lot of playmakers on it. We can't wait to get out there together and make plays."
Since December 18, 2014, Houston Texans star JJ Watt has been unable to take part of the games due to an injury. Hence, the game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday (September 13) will mark his comeback in the NFL and the Houston Texans star could not contain his excitement. Describing his anticipation, JJ Watt said, "It's like an animal in the cage. You rattle the cage and hope they unlock it. Maybe the lock falls off; you hope somehow you're gonna get out of the cage."
Meanwhile, it looks like the same energy is running through the entire roster of the Houston Texans. With the rumored fast recovery of Arian Foster, another Houston Texans star barred from playing due to injury, coach Bill O'Brien feel positive that the player will be back in no time - hopefully, within the NFL regular season. Should that happen, the Houston Texans will undoubtedly be one of the most aggressive and exciting teams in the NFL. As for DeAndre Hopkins, his personal goal for this upcoming regular NFL season is to have "zero drops."