'Gridiron Heights', Season 2, Ep. 3: Being J.J. Watt's Brother Must Really Suck

Andrew Gould@AndrewGould4Featured ColumnistSeptember 19, 2017

T.J. Watt made a strong first impression by recording two sacks and an interception in his NFL debut. Yet the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker may never escape his older brother's shadow.

 J.J. Watt has made four Pro Bowls and won Defensive Player of the Year three times. More impressive than his football accolades, he raised over $37 million in donations for his Hurricane Harvey relief fund.

That creates extra pressure on the youngest Watt sibling, who rebels with a new teammate in Bleacher Report's latest episode of Gridiron Heights.

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