Texans' Watt loses helmet, makes first sack of season anyways

No helmet, no problem for J.J. Watt when it comes to getting his first sack of the NFL season against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Watt, who had 20.5 sacks in 2014 for the Houston Texans, started his latest campaign sacking Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith in the second quarter, despite losing his helmet.

Though the Texans as a whole had a rough start overall to the season, Watt at least looks to be a dominant force once again.


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