JJ Watt delivers savage response to TJ Watt’s attempted roast
On Wednesday, TJ posted a behind-the-scenes photo of JJ practicing his announcing skills at the set of Ultimate Tag, which the Watt brothers co-host. Of course, the Steelers LB wanted to embarrass his big brother with his caption.
— TJ Watt (@_TJWatt) July 16, 2020
However, the Texans defensive end didn’t back down and quickly tweeted back an even more savage response to his younger sibling.
JJ, who also happens to be the executive producer of the show, mentioned in his response that EP’s are usually putting in the extra work — something that he doesn’t expect his brother to understand given that he’s just a co-host.
Executive Producers are always putting in that extra work. I wouldn’t expect you to understand, co-host.
— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) July 16, 2020
Now that’s the ultimate tag!
The game show has garnered quite the response from the nation since it aired last May, and it can be attributed to what the Watt brothers contribute to the show’s entertainment value. All three Watt brothers have been spearheading the broadcast as the show’s main hosts and, quite frankly, they’ve been doing an awesome job.
As the league’s 2014 MVP, JJ Watt has been slowly cementing himself as an all-time great. Though his previous season was dampened by an injury, he still managed to come up with key sacks to help the Texans make a playoff push in 2019. The five time Pro Bowler and All-Pro is looking to come back even stronger this 2020 for Houston, and with savage responses like this, fans are beginning to see that the 31-year old’s defense is locked in.
TJ Watt, meanwhile, is following his older brother’s footsteps. A two-time Pro Bowler in his own right, the linebacker is quietly making a name for himself in Pittsburgh. Unfortunately, he does take an L in this recent sibling spat.
As of writing, no tweets have come from the third Watt brother Derek.