In high school, Watt played both defensive end and tight end. He also played tight end during his freshman year at Central Michigan.
Watt's four touchdowns this season -- he also had a 79-yard touchdown after intercepting Buffalo Bills' quarterback EJ Manuel and a fumble recovery against the Indianapolis Colts -- are three more than Texans receiver Andre Johnson has. Johnson has played in all nine of the Texans' games this season.
Watt's catch was just the second offensive touchdown by a defensive player in Texans' history.
Watt signed a six-year, $100 million deal at the beginning of September.
- Sarah Barshop