J.J. Watt’s impassioned rant versus the state of the Houston Texans has actually restored speculation that the All-Pro protective end might be gone after this season.

As Pro Football Talk reported, Watt vented on the state of the group following a 37-31 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, dropping the Texans to a 4-11 record simply one year after they had reached the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. The protective end has actually currently made his disappointments known, and on Sunday ended an interview by telling colleagues that they ought to not exist if they’re not happy to put in the work.

” We’re expert athletes making a great deal of cash,” Watt said. “If you can’t come in and put operate in the structure, go out to the practice field and strive, do your lifts and do what you’re supposed to do, you should not be here.”

Watt went on to state that he felt bad for the team’s fans, stating that the gamers have let them down this year.

” We stink. However they care and they still wish to win and they still desire you to be fantastic,” he said. “Those individuals aren’t being paid. We’re being paid handsomely. That’s who I feel the most bad for is our fans and the people who care so deeply in this city … It sucks as a player to know we aren’t giving fans what they deserve.”

The impassioned declaration restored reports that Watt may be gone from Houston following this season. As The Inquisitr reported, there is prevalent belief that he will be on the trade block at the conclusion of the 2020 project, most likely headed to a title contender while the Texans move into a more thorough rebuild.

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported last month that Watt and other Texans gamers had actually been “thoroughly damaged” by now-former coach Expense O’Brien, who was fired from his function as head coach and basic manager following the disappointing start to this year. Canfora quoted a source near the Texans stating it was close to an inevitable conclusion that Watt would be gone, and he understands that his time with the franchise is running out while teammates are bracing for his departure.

Canfora included that the 32-year-old has actually been through some significant pain in recent seasons, obstructed by significant injuries and progressively annoyed at the state of his group. He has actually also made it clear that he is not thinking about going through a reconstruct at this moment in his profession, though numerous believe that is the instructions the Texans could be heading.