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T.J. Watt started his NFL career with stats his brother J.J. has never had in a game

T.J. Watt is the first player in NFL history with two sacks and an interception in his first career game. It can be tough to be a little brother and even tougher when your older brother sets the bar ridiculously high. T.J. Watt’s play spoke for itself at Wisconsin and helped get the linebacker drafted in the first round this year. But his big debut with the Pittsburgh Steelers spoke even louder.
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