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Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt scored his second offensive touchdown of the season on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. Watt also scored a touchdown on offense on Sept. 14 against the Oakland Raiders.

By SI Wire
November 16, 2014

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt scored his second offensive touchdown of the season on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.

Watt also scored a touchdown on offense on Sept. 14 against the Oakland Raiders.

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.

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Watt's catch was just the second offensive touchdown by a defensive player in Texans' history.

In October, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said Watt "may be the best player" the Cowboys play all year.

Watt signed a six-year, $100 million deal at the beginning of September.

- Sarah Barshop

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