Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt left the game against the Oakland Raiders after injuring his shoulder. The Texans have ruled Watt out for the remainder of the game leaving the Texans defense in serious pass rush issues moving forward for the remainder of the game.
Watt was injured making a tackle in the second quarter on running back Josh Jacobs for a six-yard loss.
Watt instantly got up after the tackle and started to rotate his left arm to check if he was okay. He went to the sidelines to meet with Texans medical personnel and after a brief check-up in the blue tent. Watt went into the locke room for further evaluation.
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