Texans’ JJ Watt Weighs In On Booing Heard During Show Of Unity At Chiefs Game

Texans’ JJ Watt Weighs In On Booing Heard During Show Of Unity At Chiefs Game


The Texans’ J.J. Watt said he thought the “booing” during the team’s show of unity on the field with the Kansas City Chiefs at the opener Thursday night was “unfortunate.”

“The moment of unity I personally thought was good,” Houston defensive end Watt told reporters, according to Yahoo Sports.com in a piece published Friday. (RELATED: POLL: 86.7% Of People Won’t Watch The NFL If Players Kneel During The National Anthem)

“The booing was unfortunate during that moment — I don’t fully understand that,” he added. “There was no flag in that, there was nothing involved in that other than two teams coming together to show unity.” (RELATED: Houston Texans Stay In The Locker Room For The National Anthem, Kansas City Chiefs Mostly Stand)

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It all comes in response to the boos heard on the field during the NBC broadcast as Watt and his fellow teammates linked arms together with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in a “moment of unity.”

WATCH:

Chiefs fans boo as players from both teams link arms in a “moment of unity” and call for social justice before the game started.#NFLKickoff
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— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 11, 2020

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