While many of the NFL's biggest names were in Miami on Saturday, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was in New York.

Watt hosted “Saturday Night Live” on Feb. 1. Mixed in some hilarious skits was one about NFL video game “Madden.”

In the skit, Watt is asked to record on-field dialogue with some “energy.” After his first few recordings, he noticed some problems with the script. He didn't like those problems. Watch below for Watt's “Madden 21” skit.

“It kind of sounds like video game J.J. Watt messes up a lot,” said Watt. He obviously had a few problems with the fictional script.

Fortunately, the real J.J. Watt doesn't mess up as much as the video game J.J. Watt. A three-time Defensive Player of the Year, he's well on his way to becoming a Hall of Famer — of course, that won't stop SNL from messing from him.

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