J.J. Watt is spending the offseason at a cabin in the 'middle of nowhere'
The possibility that J.J. Watt could return next season in even better shape than he was this season is a terrifying prospect, but Watt is preparing to do just that.
Watt tied a career-high with 20.5 sacks, scored two defensive touchdowns and had three receiving touchdowns, but he's looking to improve in the offseason so he bought a log cabin in Wisconsin to focus on his training.
"It’s really minimalistic," Watt said, according to the Houston Chronicle. "The only thing I have to focus on is training and that’s the way I like it. There’s no frills, there’s nothing to distract you up here."
Watt says the cabin is in the "middle of nowhere," or, as it's more commonly known, "Wisconsin."
- Dan Gartland