J.J. Watt is a professional American football defensive end for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Wisconsin and was drafted by the Houston Texans with the 11th pick in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft.
San Francisco 49ers supporters paid an emotional and heartfelt tribute to J.J. Watt on Sunday afternoon.
Watt received a standing ovation as he left the field at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, which made him cry as he hugged Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury toward the end of his final NFL game.
Kealia Watt, Watt’s wife, could be seen sobbing from her stadium seat. At one point, Watt and Niners tight end George Kittle were both celebrating by bouncing up and down on the sidelines.
A 12-year career that will undoubtedly earn Watt a spot in the Hall of Fame ended with Watt’s announcement last month that he would retire after the current campaign.
With 586 total tackles, 114.5 sacks, and two interceptions over the course of 151 games, the 33-year-old completed his career. Unquestionably, the five-time Pro Bowler and Walter Payton Man of the Year winner will be remembered as one of the league’s greatest defenders.
Watt got other tributes on Sunday besides the one in Santa Clara, California. J.J. Watt jerseys were worn by his two brothers when they entered Acrisure Stadium for the Pittsburgh Steelers game against the Cleveland Browns. After the game, several people came to thank Watt on the field.
On Sunday afternoon, the 49ers had little trouble defeating the Cardinals. Their 10th straight victory came as they cruised to a 38-13 victory behind three touchdowns from quarterback Brock Purdy and two more on the ground from Elijah Mitchell. On the other hand, the Cardinals concluded the season with a 4-13 record.
Watt received the proper sendoff despite the fact that his last season wasn’t particularly successful for the team on the field.
J.J. Watt received a heartfelt and emotional tribute from the San Francisco 49ers and their fans in his final NFL game, where he hugged Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury and was joined by his wife Kealia who was seen sobbing in the stands.
Watt is considered one of the greatest defenders in the league and his 12-year career, which included 586 tackles, 114.5 sacks, and two interceptions in 151 games, will likely earn him a spot in the Hall of Fame.
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