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Watt on offense a good idea?
Fun fact: Texans defensive end J.J. Watt originally was recruited to play tight end in college. These days, he's paid to sack quarterbacks and bat down passes. But Watt, last season's AP Defensive Player of the Year, has been lobbying to play on Houston's goal-line offense. Coach Gary Kubiak hasn't ruled it out, though his answer -- "we'll see" -- sounds more like "no" without actually saying "no."
Defensive players have been used effectively at the goal line before. Patriots linebacker Mike Vrabel caught a TD pass in a Super Bowl, after all. Should Kubiak take advantage of Watt's height and size and add him to the goal-line offense, or is putting his best defender on offense an injury risk he doesn't need? Vote below!